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a policy of neutrality or nonalignment in international affairs

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The PACI used the electronic numbering system to ensure confidentiality and neutralism.
The premise of neutralism or nonalignment in the Cold War seemed to be very much at the heart of the so-called "Gaullist" proposals coming from France since 1963.
However, instead of rejecting Rawls' neutralism, they reject his desire to build common ground.
Jawad al-Bolani enjoys acceptance by the majority of the Political blocs, due to his neutralism," Atwani told Aswat al-Iraq news agency, adding that "the Supreme Islamic Council welcomes Bolani's nomination for the Defense Minister's post.
Werner Levi, "Necrology on Indian Neutralism," Eastern World 17, no.
Mutleg congratulated the members of NINA for their safety, appreciating the role done by the Agency to emphasize the independence and neutralism in covering events in Iraq.
In particular, Sweden's brand of neutralism during the Cold War, while progressively diluted and eventually sidelined in the 1990s, still colors its security policy debates in important ways.
This royal care enabled it to carry out its message with transparency, neutralism and independence.
In East Asia, both (non-Tantric) Buddhism and especially Confucianism show a certain (though far from unequivocal) tendency towards neutralism, as do the dominant forms of the monotheistic religions of the West.
The second step, according to Gemayel, "is endorsing the policy of positive neutralism as an additional measure to preserve its internal security .
We can not rely on our rudimentary security organs which even in certain places are none existent and more prone to take sides rather than abide to professional neutralism.
Arthur and Mitchel (1989) described three types of populational interactions including neutralism in which neither species is affected by presence of the other, amensalism in which individuals of one species adversely affect those of the other but are unaffected themselves, and competition in which both species are affected negatively.
The biggest threat against judicial independence and neutralism is the politicalization of the judiciary," he said during the ceremony marking the 141st anniversary of the highest administrative court in Turkey.
The book also includes a chapter on world order that addresses prevention of wars and economic disasters, neutralism and realignment, and poverty.
Pursuing the Good; Ethics and Metaphysics in Plato's Republic (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 2007), 76-92, are very useful: egoism, altruism, and neutralism (76).