reassertion


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Synonyms for reassertion

renewed affirmation

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Increasingly muscular Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) diplomacy towards Iraq and Lebanon represents a tentative step towards the reassertion of coherent Arab foreign policy goals.
The article says, "The reassertion of the nation-state in the Arab world, with its multiple ethnoreligious identities, is reinvigorating an audience pull.
So it is not a surprise that rightist politicians from Trump to Marine Le Pen lace their message of national reassertion with a rich dose of anti-Muslim symbolism.
Black Country Soul Queen Beverley has spent the last five years establishing herself as a stage musical star but this album is a commanding reassertion of her vocal prowess.
He asserted that the global honour is a reassertion of the high global standing of HRH the Prime Minister and his key role in promoting development and fostering global peace and security.
The 'Chinese Dream' that modern China is pursuing under Xi Jinping involves the reassertion of the economic and political primacy which China claims to have enjoyed among neighbours for millennia," writes Geoff Wade for the Drum.
For Taylor it was a simple reassertion of the credentials that got him recalled to the Test team for the last match against Pakistan.
has failed to act or has acted ineffectively, Putin intends to prove Russia more decisive, forcing a realignment of power through a reassertion of former Soviet hegemony.
As Obama and Congress look beyond the Iran vote, the reassertion of a stronger American presence in the Middle East could earn bipartisan support
Addressing the thirty-sixth meeting of the Permanent Bureau of the Union of Arab Jurists in Amman, Ensour said that Jordan's hosting of the conference for the seventh time was a reassertion of the Kingdom's role in promoting the joint Arab legal framework "in the service of pan-Arab issues and the Arab people's aspirations for a better future.
The sooner the wounded, the lukewarm, and the outsiders realize that substantial doctrinal and pastoral changes are impossible, the more the hostile disappointment (which must follow the reassertion of doctrine) will be anticipated and dissipated," the Catholic Herald quoted Pell earlier.
We should speak clearly, because the sooner the wounded, the lukewarm and the outsiders realize that substantial doctrinal and pastoral changes are impossible, the more the hostile disappointment (which must follow the reassertion of doctrine) will be anticipated and dissipated.
Among specific topics are genealogies of Jewishness in anthropology, framing father-son relationships in Medieval Ashkenaz folk narratives as markers of cultural difference, negative interfaith romances and the reassertion of Jewish difference in popular film, framing Jewish identity in the Museum of Moroccan Judaism, and missing links of European Jewish experience and discourse.
Summary: Libya government's reassertion of control over ports held by rebels takes longer than expected and recent events raise new doubts.