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the act of appeasing (as by acceding to the demands of)

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New Delhi [India], September 21 ( ANI ): After Calcutta High Court yesterday slammed the Mamata Banerjee-led Government over its recent notification on Durga idol immersion, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that the Chief Minister has no capacity to maintain law and order situation in the state and is following an appeasement policy.
A moderate Conservative appointed by Stanley Baldwin, Irwin later became the third Viscount Halifax, who, as Foreign Secretary to Neville Chamberlain from February 1938 to December 1940, was a key architect of Chamberlain's appeasement policy.
But was it ever likely, considering the somber memories of World War I and the pervasive anti-militarism of the 1920s and 1930s, that British and French political leadership would have risked war with Germany over Czechoslovakia, and was it possible that Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister and the architect of the appeasement policy, would ever have adopted such a tough policy toward Germany?
Terming the sale of such military hardware and even reported talk of a civil nuclear deal an appeasement policy towards Pakistani military, Haqqani urged the US to remind the Pakistani leadership that their ambition of rivalling India is akin to Belgium trying to rival France and Germany.
This view is bound to gain traction in Pakistan despite T20 captain Shahid Afridi's controversial U-turn in first criticising the board for following an unnecessary appeasement policy to now suggesting that his team could play in India provided the spoils are shared.
Just a day later, Chamberlain flew out to meet German Chancellor Hitler at his mountain retreat at Berchtesgaden and began his disastrous appeasement policy negotiations with the Nazi leader which would eventually lead to World War II.
Near surrender before these fanatic elements and appeasement policy adopted by the ruling parties in these states, have put the life of local Hindu communities as well as the national security under serious threat in the region," he said.
Awwal Sher Khan, former provincial minister said that it was the result of the appeasement policy of the Arab countries towards US who had victimised them and devoured their natural resources.
Chamberlain's preference for Halifax was partly due to his dislike of Churchill, who, even as a member of Chamberlain's government, had often criticized Chamberlain's appeasement policy.
The army and police are, meanwhile, the target of terrorist attacks in Sinai, believed to be a hotbed of Islamist insurgents, no small thanks to Morsi's appeasement policy.
The study traces the origins of the imperial appeasement policy and charts the impact of political crises leading to the decision to enter the war.
He supported the Kindertransport movement to bring Jewish refugee children out of Nazi Germany in 1938 and yet he also supported the appeasement policy of Neville Chamberlain, even suggesting that Germany's former colonies should be returned.
Carrots And Sticks: How Jordan's Appeasement Policy Killed Law And Order "Jordan has always had a casual relationship when it comes to the application of the law, and both the state and the people have always found ways to undermine laws when needed.
While Western European politicians in the mid-1930s recognized that the Treaty of Versailles had been a mistake and attempted to pacify Hitler through appeasement policy (by allowing a slow but steady revocation of the Treaty of Versailles), one should not accuse American academics of making similar arguments.
The Lee administration's national security team seems to have fallen into self-rationalization, regarding -- groundlessly -- the recent appeasement policy from the North as the signal of Pyongyang's surrender.