neutralist


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an advocate of neutrality in international affairs

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Things soon went from bad to worse when members of the right-wing initiated a coup and arrested neutralist Prime Minister Prince Souvanna Phouma.
Even though Brazil did not present itself as neutralist or non-aligned, the country did sustain the pursuit of diplomatic relations pragmatically, focusing on how they could foster economic development, and not grounded on ideological divisions.
On the other side, being an avowed opponent of the attempt to cast liberalism in neutralist terms, I found myself wondering why Kaebnick felt the need to adopt this characterisation and then move to expend so much effort in reinterpreting it to arrive at his promised centre ground.
Rejecting Quine's criterion yields the neutralist interpretation of the quantifiers.
1991), "Accounting and Social Change: A Neutralist View," Accounting, Organizations and Society, Vol.
Neutralist statesmen from the underdeveloped countries, representing in Marxist terms the "national bourgeoisie," repeated his arguments in and out of season, and so did the Trotskyist revolutionaries from La Quatrieme Internationale, endorsing the Maoist line against the "national bourgeoisie.
This perception of America has created groups in both states which openly claimed to have anti-American feelings like in France, all the groups having Communist cum Neutralist approach with Right wing and Gaullist (pro-nationalist attitude) while, all Right wing parties (particularly religious parties) in Pakistan.
Previous accounts of why Kennedy agreed to the neutralization of Laos have stressed difficult terrain, logistical problems, and political instability following the 1960s neutralist coup d'etat.
Marshal Tito, Sukarno, and Chou En-lai articulated a neutralist posture on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement that was a creative attempt by newly independent countries to craft an approach to world politics that successfully minimized many of the dangers and constraints of Cold War geopolitics and represented a somewhat comparable effort to steer clear of geopolitical maelstroms.
Though unilateralist, the movements were not neutralist in the sense of taking no stance on such issues as democracy or human rights.
The third group of findings of the studies that have examined this relationship maintain a neutralist position.
Some observers say Sihanouk's neutralist position and chameleon-like political dexterity while in power enabled Cambodia to live for many years in relative peace, without becoming embroiled in the war raging in neighboring Vietnam and to a lesser extent Laos.
And that is how little Laos, with a population of perhaps only two million in 1954--no one is really sure of the number--became a bone of contention between its Communist, neutralist, and rightist factions, and another hot spot in the Cold War between the superpowers.
In 1960, Kong Le, an army captain, seized Vientiane in a coup and demanded the formation of a neutralist government to end the fighting.
Neither were the leading neutralist nations--Indonesia, Cambodia and Laos--present.