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an association, especially of nations for a common cause

a group of individuals united in a common cause

a bringing together into a whole

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It hovers throughout these comparative projects and at times troubles some of the optimism of comparison that these essays engage in their affective desires for affinity and coalitional politics at the site of friendship or shared oppression.
Though our list of presidential powers is conventional, we emphasize the coalitional foundations of most presidential authority over the economy.
Repeatedly the literature within feminist theory on coalitions suggests that women of color are exceptionally well positioned to apprehend opportunities for, and possibilities presented by, coalitional work because they belong to multiple oppressed communities defined by gender, race, and often class.
In this article, I explore the expansion of workfare programs in New York City and concentrate on the relationship of coalitional power to the form and content of opposition to workfare.
In this paper, we combine the cooperative game problem with energy harvesting technology in the small cell network for the first time, and study the problem of interference management of small cells based on coalitional game with the aim of maximizing overall system utility.
Impishly refusing the state's mobilization of identity in biopolitical differentiation between populations, I suggest, can help forge more capacious and coalitional "moral geographies" that exceed identitarian terms (De Genova, 2002; Garelli and Tazzioli, 2013).
The head of state congratulated Borisov for the coalitional agreement signed minutes earlier with the United Patriots coalition, which rules that the new cabinet will be headed by the GERB leader and voiced to the public his expectation that the coalitional partners would present respectable ministerial candidates.
Among their topics are public theology in the history of Christianity, public theology in the context of nationalist ideologies: a South African example, social cohesion and the common good: drawing on social science in understanding the Middle East, public theology and health care, and the quest for a coalitional praxis: examining the attraction of a public theology from the perspective of minorities.
Third, in his talks with Bhulabhai Desai, leader of the Congress Party in the Central Assembly in 1944, he proposed parity between Congress and the League in any future set up at the Centre, besides coalitional governments in the provinces and they became the core points in the Desai-Liaquat formula "Pact".
According to him, it is a common position of the Head of State, Government and coalitional factions.
The Leap project is still very much an iteration of the loose coalitional networks that have been part of social activism in Canada since the peace movement against the cruise missile of the early 1980s through to the anti-globalization uprisings of the 2000s.
Second, Chavez's (2013) book Queer Migration Politics: Activist Rhetoric and Coalitional Possibilities detailed elements of critical-cultural CAR.
A recent project on coalitional presidentialism found that "the ability of presidents to form coalitions has meant that the anticipated 'difficult combination' of multiparty politics and presidential systems has not proved detrimental to political stability".
A recent Washington Post article (June 17) notes the community's organizational expertise as part of a social movement that has waged many battles from the homophile movement of the 1950s to the Zap actions of the 1970s, and the die-ins of Act Up in the face AIDS, to finally marriage rights the LGBTQ community has been a marvel at advancing a model of coalitional politics.