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(war) a reduction in intensity (of a crisis or a war)

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Other areas where this de-escalation process might work are the Ghouta suburbs east of Damascus, the region around Deraa in the south, and the deserts of eastern Syria.
They insist that the vast majority of situations are successfully resolved safely through effective staff engagement, communication and de-escalation skills.
that there's been some de-escalation in the rhetoric, but we also want to see them show a seriousness of purpose.
Luckily he had great training and after getting me safely out of their reach, attempted de-escalation.
In response to Turkey's request, NATO Foreign Ministers decided on 4 December 2012 that NATO would "augment Turkey's air defence capabilities in order to defend the population and territory of Turkey and contribute to the de-escalation of the crisis along the Alliance's border.
Perhaps it will assist de-escalation of bad situations and help to bring down incidences of neglect, emotional and physical abuse'.
The forces will augment Turkey's air defense capabilities and contribute to the de-escalation of the crisis along the Alliance's border.
It would contribute to the de-escalation of the crisis along NATO's south-eastern border.
Both camps have a vested interest in de-escalation.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for an immediate de-escalation of tensions in Gaza.
South China: Australia and Singapore on Monday called for a de-escalation in tensions over the South China Sea, warning that territorial disputes could disrupt decades of peace and economic progress in Asia.
He said: "The culture in all of our prisons is to focus on reduction of confrontation through the use of effective de-escalation techniques, with the use of restraint considered a last resort to be used as rarely as possible.
Sudan has recently demanded to review the number of troops deployed in Darfur saying the de-escalation of violence and tension allow to cut the number of the troops.
It discusses street survival methods and explains avoidance and de-escalation processes, considering how martial arts plays into scenarios of violence and its prevention.