any private ship operated by the captain of an armed, privately owned ship, whom the government has given permission to attack enemy ships
a soldier who fights in a foreign army just to earn money
the overthrow of a government
a plan of action for fighting a war
when one country involves itself with events inside another
not supporting either side of the war
for one side in a battle to give up
a person sent by his or her government to talk with other governments
to talk to someone in order to reach an agreement or to bargain
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