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Their ability to overcome factionalist divisions and work in good faith with one another has today become a precondition to exit the crisis in a relatively short period of time.
Ostensibly on a matter of purity of intention, the split had in fact more to do with continuity of factionalist wrestling for local political ascendancy.
Despite the recovery campaign's successes, the influence of factionalist debates over war and peace also resulted in further loss.
Their factionalist, tribal, or ethnically-fragmented mindset stopped them thinking in the larger interest of their Fatherland.
While it contributes to a welcome plurality in the political spectrum, the group is a striking example of the factionalist principle within the Buddhist world, with a continuing potential for conflict.
The organisations, and groups for a new Africa should avoid sectarianism and not be factionalist or splittist.
put him head and shoulders above the crowd of factionalist scribblers employed on each side during the Civil War'.
Greater predictability regarding Chadian instability emerges from the factionalist paradigm: "regional ethnicity has tended to dissolve into factional squabbles" (Lemarchand, 1987: 157).
The factionalist school, however, has run into some criticism recently, notably from diplomatic historians.
It is clear from Germer's reputation as a factionalist in the Socialist Party and his ties to political movements in the East, that he was the real connection to those sectarian tendencies.