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Synonyms for interdiction

a coercive measure intended to ensure compliance or conformity

Synonyms for interdiction

authoritative prohibition

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a court order prohibiting a party from doing a certain activity

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Furthermore, the PSI Operational Experts Group (OEG), a group of military, law enforcement, intelligence, legal, and diplomatic experts from twenty PSI participating states, meets regularly to develop operational concepts, organize the interdiction exercise program, share information about national legal authorities, and pursue cooperation with key industry sectors.
International Training and Technical Assistance: The USCG provides international training and technical assistance to enhance the interdiction capacities of international partners.
Reflecting on this defeat, the German general Rommel noted that the Allies' supply chain interdiction tactics had allowed them to strangle Axis supply lines, leading to their defeat in North Africa, and ultimately, World War II (Bingham 1996, 2).
4) Air interdiction destroys or interrupts those elements of an enemy's system of supply or communication for a sufficient time that the degradation will immediately or in due course prove fatal to his continuance of effective operations.
The series of simulations, the first of which is the 'MIOmoves: Crew Search' simulation, combines the procedures and best practices of recent interdiction operations with the latest advances in gaming technology to deliver cost-effective, fully immersive operational training scenarios that enhance the capabilities of soldiers.
NATO said MIOmoves is a flagship training simulation and is being used at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center in Greece.
This article presents a concept that the Chemical Corps can use to meet NMS-CWMD guidelines and to contribute to joint interdiction operations.
Financial support for the Interdiction Fund is still being raised, and the program is expected to eventually be funded by the annual interest generated by the Fund.
We are holding a maritime interdiction and air defensive exercises as a key part of the third day of exercises,'' the official at the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff was quoted as saying.
It will examine the current state of interdiction policy; provide historical and forward-looking justifications for change; explore why change has not occurred; and, finally, advocate a politically realistic path for reform.
The administration's plan for reducing drug use and availability includes substance abuse prevention and treatment, domestic law enforcement, and interdiction and international counterdrug support.
The operation was conducted jointly by Counter-Narcotics Police of Afghanistan -Sensitive Interdiction Unit (CNPA-SIU), National Interdiction Unit (NIU) and US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) forces.
You may be treading on your interdiction and violating common sense, Mr.
Doolin's specific arguments marshaled to support the contention that interdiction of vessels on the high seas without flag-state consent has become or is becoming customary international law include widespread support for the PSI, state sovereignty in its territorial sea, an "overwhelming majority" of nations having signed conventions "outlawing" the proliferation of WMD, United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1540, and Article 51 of the UN Charter (Right of Self-Defense).
But according to a report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) published that same month, there's no shortage of cocaine, or of questions about the impact of interdiction.