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Synonyms for nonalignment

people (or countries) who are not aligned with other people (or countries) in a pact or treaty

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If issue nonalignment is dominant, media attention and linkages to potential consequences in elections can incentivize government representatives to reconsider their current positions.
Origins of Nonalignment: All of this points to the importance of Nonalignment in the policies of the developing nations today, taking us back in thinking to the time when Nonalignment emerged as a policy against the forces of a declining colonialism that prevailed in the 1950s, the rising threat of confrontations between the super powers of the United States and Soviet Union, as well as the clash that prevailed between the forces of capitalism and socialism at that time.
The variations are unusual in embodying two distinctive devices that he had explored in the first church parable, Curlew River (1964), under the direct influence of music from Indonesia and Japan: an accelerating tremolo effect, and the nonalignment of independent or heterophonically related melodic strands.
The second place where we see new innovations and initiatives fail is in their simple nonalignment with the PoRs in terms of established technical architectures, functionality, acquisition strategy or timing for a smooth technology transition.
Khilnani, Sunil, Rajiv Kumar, Pratap Bhanu Mehta, Prakash Menon, Nandan Nilekani, Srinath Raghavan, Shyam Saran, and Siddharth Varadarajan (2012), Nonalignment 2.
Indian administrations, both Congress and BJP have remained cold to these overtures and have instead chosen to maintain India's commitment to nonalignment.
First, after ending up on the losing side of the Cold War, India is increasingly comfortable adopting a posture of strategic autonomy that some have described as NonAlignment 2.
France's position vis-a-vis NATO became the symbol of its independence and nonalignment with respect to the United States.
However, after Independence, India's presence at the forefront of the nonalignment movement (NAM), which ran counter to Washington's desire for establishing a cold war alliance with New Delhi, put a distance between the two countries.
Nonalignment and balance in our bilateral relations with China and the USA.
Critical nonalignment better describes their position than "positive" neutralism (and this remained true during the 1980s resurgence of such movements).
According to Dahl, periods of short-term judicial nonalignment tend to be self-correcting.
He says that Iran, as the Chair of the Nonalignment Movement and as a country having levers of influence, still offers its
Premised on the idea of the continuing importance of the legacy of Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister, and his principle of nonalignment, this examination of Indian foreign policy by Mohanty (political science, U.
The staff's clandestine "stratagem" to preserve the Council's nonalignment was simple but effective.