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Hi, is there some difference in adjective or I can use them interchangeably?

The government is in a precarious position.

The government is in a delicate position.

The government is in a dangerous position.

The government is in an unsure position.

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Hi, is there some difference in adjective or I can use them interchangeably? 

The government is in a precarious position. 

The government is in a delicate position. 

The government is in a dangerous position. 

The government is in an unsure position.
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