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Synonyms for nonintervention

a foreign policy of staying out of other countries' disputes

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What is more, it is seen as a core issue in the Global North-Global South divide; the former are generally seen as the champions of human rights while the latter are cast as champions of nonintervention, which is invoked to gain immunity from Western criticism of their human rights abuses.
In summary, noninterference is no longer a catch-all resolution for ASEAN, and many cases of nonintervention analyzed in this book have had destructive consequences; however, there may be less-destructive alternatives to noninterference.
The study design was a parallel group design of nurseries: 1 intervention group and 1 nonintervention group.
16) Michael Doyle, "A Few Words on Mill, Walzer, and Nonintervention," Ethics & International Affairs 23 (Winter 2009): 349-369, 352.
I stress, more than has been conventional, the consequentialist character of the ethics of both nonintervention and intervention.
In the matched nonintervention district of Diapaga, the proportion of women who delivered in a health facility did not increase over the study period and the proportion who used a skilled attendant rose only slightly (from 32% to 36%).
The application of the norms of international peace and security, nonintervention, humanitarian and human rights laws, and relevant customary rules of arms control are considered.
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The Association of Southeast Asian Nation's basic principle of nonintervention in members' affairs could fall by the wayside in a planned charter for the regional body, former Philippine President Fidel Ramos said Friday.
While State Department policy regarding nonintervention prevented Ambassador Smith from providing support to the Batista government, the State Department looked the other way while pre-Castro groups operated freely in Miami.
I have always believed that when I allow someone close to me to engage in genetically predisposed behavior, I am engaging in pacifism, or at best, a policy of nonintervention.
If Mexico wants to play a role in Cuba's transformation, it would do well to adopt the old policy of nonintervention.
It incorporated the basic principles of the sovereignty of nation states, internationally binding treaties between states, and nonintervention of one state into the internal affairs of other states.
Youth matched with a mentor for 6 months comprised the intervention group (n = 34) while youth placed on the waiting list comprised the nonintervention group (n = 34).