disaffection


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the act of estranging or the condition of being estranged

an interruption in friendly relations

Synonyms for disaffection

the feeling of being alienated from other people

disloyalty to the government or to established authority

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Such atrocious activities will hardly win Kashmiri hearts and minds; they will only increase the disaffection of the valley's people and further distance them from Delhi.
The club could feel a backlash on Thursday as they face Manchester City again after their League Cup rout by Guardiola's side, with fears over fans' disaffection, staying away and fury at Arsene Wenger.
All perpetrators of this illegality and acts of gross indiscipline causing undue disaffection amongst party faithful shall be investigated and prosecuted in line with the constitution of our great party.
The remarks are allegedly calculated to excite disaffection against the presidency.
At a popular rally organised by his party on Saturday in Sfax, he noted "the existence of a systematic policy to establish the disaffection (of Tunisians) with regard to political life and the democratic exercise, amid full division, corruption, infiltration of lobbies and bands, absence of a radical revision of the model of development and non respect of the national interests ".
Instead, social disaffection is manifested in a rigodon of officials who manage the system.
Although it would be a mistake to claim that the one third of the electorate that snubbed the elections would vote for an independent, non-party candidate in February, the percentage still indicates a relatively high level of disaffection with the political establishment.
According to reporter, Pankaj Mishra in a write-up in The New York Times also wrote about Modi's ascendency to power and how he behaved as an opportunistic manipulator of disaffection with little to offer apart from the pornography of power and a bogus fantasy of machismo.
The long period of office of presidents in the Middle East (20-40 years) feeds the systemic state corruption which is at the base of much disaffection in the area.
It describes their dealings with gangsters, policing opposition, anti-Semitic policing, the hunt for German spies, the operation to evacuate the Vieux Quartiers to be destroyed by Nazis, disaffection and unreliability in the police ranks, their resistance to forced labor schemes for Germany, parallel policing operations during occupation, their state of mind just before liberation, and the state of the police after liberation.
But the new opposition movements that give voice to that disaffection are often rooted in religious or ethnic identity, and are often sectarian or separatist in form.
But some West Ham supporters have never taken to Big Sam and make their disaffection known at every opportunity.
Emwasi cannot claim, despite the best efforts of his apologists CAGE, that he had a poor upbringing which led to his disaffection with Western society.
Academic engagement was found to be negatively related to burnout (Salanova, Schaufeli, Martinez, & Breso, 2010), disengagement (Martin, 2008; Martin, Anderson, Bobis, Way, & Vellar, 2012) or disaffection (Skinner, Furrer, Marchand, & Kinderman, 2008; Skinner et al.
We are being condemned to having to pay FULL-time Bills for PART-time work - a recipe for long-term poverty and disaffection.