demobilization


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Synonyms for demobilization

act of changing from a war basis to a peace basis including disbanding or discharging troops

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11) For example, "demobilisation" is spelt demobilization, desmobilizacao, desmovilizacion and the like.
Despite the supposed demobilization, both continued to run their illegal activities.
The troops suspected their superiors of suppressing urgent demands by War Minister Shinwell that demobilization should proceed at normal rates.
For example, fulfilling a task like demobilization is dependent on intermediate steps, inter alia, selecting soldiers or permitting a third party to verify compliance by deployment in the country.
On July 22, President Uribe signed into law a legal framework to govern the demobilization of illegal armed groups.
9 percent, even with military demobilization, the end of the war industries, and otherwise minimal federal spending.
TAP serves military personnel with at least 180 days of active duty who separate or retire and members of the Reserves and National Guard who are released from active duty, a process termed demobilization.
There is a real risk," Human Rights Watch reported in January, "that this demobilization process will leave the underlying structures of these violent groups intact, their illegally acquired assets untouched, and their abuses unpunished.
Despite the fact that Australian Anglicans initiated a marriage counseling movement as early as 1948, specifically to address marital strife that grew out of demobilization, counseling needs and expressing anger and grief did not find a social outlet until after the Vietnam War.
and its member states must support all disarmament, demobilization and reintegration efforts in Africa and everywhere there is the need of such activities," he said.
5m, including a mobilization and demobilization fee of USD1.
Conversion Survey 2004--Global Disarmament, Demilitarization and Demobilization by the Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC), publ.
Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration programs overwhelmingly focus on men.
In late January,, the process gained momentum when the Organization of American States agreed to monitor the demobilization.
The meeting and dinner took place on the eve of a one-day international conference on disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) of former Afghan combatants on Saturday.