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Synonyms for interdependence

a logical or natural association between two or more things

Synonyms for interdependence

a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups)

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I will say here and now, on this Day of Independence, that the United States will be ready for a Declaration of Interdependence, that we will be prepared to discuss with a united Europe the ways and means of forming a concrete Atlantic partnership, a mutually beneficial partnership between the new union now emerging in Europe and the old American Union founded here 175 years ago," he declared at Independence Hall.
2 of MOTHER EARTH NEWS (Match 1970), we published a Unanimous Declaration of Interdependence.
As such, Whole Foods includes in its company's Declaration of Interdependence that "We view our trade partners as allies in serving our stakeholders.
The content of Earth Scouts is based on the Earth Charter, an international declaration of interdependence, and activities focus on human rights, economic justice, participatory democracy, respect for nature, and cultivating a culture of peace and nonviolence.
During this same period, when the nation was preparing to celebrate its 200th anniversary, the World Affairs Council produced a document entitled "A Declaration of INTERdependence.
That notion of Europe as an alternative to the United States is reflected in a spate of new books on both sides of the Atlantic hailing Europe's achievements, including Will Hutton's A Declaration of Interdependence and Jeremy Rifkin's The European Dream.
Many of these dangers are spelled out in A Declaration of Interdependence, which I also drafted and was adopted by the International Humanist and Ethical Union at its World Congress in 1988.
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