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I found these phrases on the Internet. "comprehensive strategic partnership" and "comprehensive strategic partnership" what is the difference between them?

thanks in advance..

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    Hi, and welcome to Politics.SE! Assuming the title is what you meant, there's an extra "strategic" in your question. Also, it would help to have some context; where did you see these phrases used? Could you provide some examples? – Steve Melnikoff Nov 21 '15 at 14:26
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    To be honest, like most political-speak, it's largely meaningless and merely intended to make things sound grandiosier than they are. Technically speaking, "strategic" implies longer-term and higher-level goals. – user4012 Nov 22 '15 at 21:12

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