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Consider, for example, the nonbelligerent installation of a puppet
The reason for section 5 of the 1790 Act is fairly clear: Congress wanted to keep the peace with nonbelligerent Indian tribes; if Americans attacked Indians or trespassed on their property, this might damage foreign relations.
It will be for the Mediator, in consultation with representatives of the Parties, to work out the exact modalities for the selection and participation of representatives of nonbelligerent parties.
That other Tests and Adventures, such as solo expeditions across the North Pole, likewise carry a risk of death, as do many nonbelligerent activities, what then of the Test and Adventure of War?
Three teams applied the ideas in the IW JOC against selected steady-state security posture scenarios to write three concepts of operations (CONOPS) for waging IW in friendly states, hostile states, and nonbelligerent states.
China claims that its test was both nonbelligerent and completely legal; on the latter point, that appears mostly correct.
Such actions must proceed inexorably, subject to adjustment only following verifiable pacific initiatives for representative government and nonbelligerent relations with neighbors.
A recent analysis of how six instances of civil unrest ended - in Colombia, Zimbabwe, Greece, Yemen, Sudan, Nigeria, and the American Civil War - suggests that when conflict is primarily of an ethnic, communal character, in contrast to economic and political issues, the likelihood of a negotiated nonbelligerent resolution becomes very slim.
This is not a conflictual situation for Venice," he says, clearly reasserting Venice superiority, but in a nonbelligerent tone.
(35) The Soka Gakkai's strong stance on this aspect of pacifism has played an important role in preserving Article 9 and thus Japan's role as a nonbelligerent actor in world affairs.
If nonbelligerent people of Irish descent were upset by Notre Dame's nickname or members of the Sons of the Vikings by the football franchise in Minneapolis, then these names should be changed as well.
(70) In the sense that Portugal had not participated in combat operations its neutrality had been upheld, albeit as a nonbelligerent participant.
Finally, try sending a firm, but nonbelligerent, cease-and-desist e-mail.
(154) The Court also distinguished Milligan, noting that he had not been a part of or associated with the armed forces of the enemy, and therefore was a nonbelligerent, not subject to the law of war.
When France surrendered after six weeks, in June 1940, British leaders accepted the Turkish interpretation, and Turkey remained nonbelligerent. When Germany conquered the Balkans and attacked the Soviet Union in 1941, the Turks again argued that the Treaty of Mutual Assistance did not apply, since Britain still had not delivered the weapons promised in 1939 and Turkey could offer no defense against German air raids or an invasion.