nonpartisanship


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Synonyms for nonpartisanship

Synonyms for nonpartisanship

an inclination to weigh both views or opinions equally

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Hoffmann, who developed a close relationship with Vladimir Jabotinsky and the latter's Revisionist Zionist Party, contravened the founding editorial policy of nonpartisanship pronounced by Diamant.
Thus, during the war, a battle for the type of postwar political organisation to be put in place was also being fought: a battle between partisanship and nonpartisanship (Luksic 1994: 24).
Maybe that nonpartisanship was why, in a recent public-television-sponsored campaign to choose Bulgaria's top event of the 20th century, the audience chose "the miracle of Bulgarian opera voices." Bulgarians like to associate themselves with art but prefer it ideology-free.
Some question whether there's a market for that on commercial TV, equating nonpartisanship with blandness.
Dahabi also stressed "objective criticism" and urged the media to shun slander of personality and abide by ethical standards, mainly neutrality and nonpartisanship. For his part, Sharif called for regular briefings by spokespersons to foster public confidence in accurate information.
Working under the strict constraints of "nonpartisanship" has led NSBA to take some stances unpopular at times with both Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill, yet those constraints have enabled us to serve our members with an unwavering focus.
Its blog attempts to reflect nonpartisanship, although the authors' political views are often quite apparent.
There are various ways to address this situation, whether on a national or state-by-state level, and introduce rationality and nonpartisanship into what threatens to become an even uglier process.
Section members discussed digital libraries and Web archiving, ways to provide information, and how research services, legislative services, librarians and researchers can work together, as well as nonpartisanship and ethics.
In its citation, the academy recognized our exhaustive research, our willingness to tell truth to power, and our dedication to nonpartisanship. The academy was saying we done good.
And so I challenge each of you to consider how we all might do some things differently, while maintaining our core principles of nonpartisanship and speaking with one voice.
* House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, in a welcome display of nonpartisanship, insisted that hurricane victims should receive immediate financial assistance, as soon as they filled out voter registration forms.
If the mainstream goo-goo groups that trace their origins to the late-1960s and early-'70s reform era have an air of fustiness and determined nonpartisanship to them, CREW, the scrappy new kid on the block, is just as dearly a creature of the Clinton wars and the polarized Bush era.
Ann Hovey, executive vice president at the school, said the board of trustees has a clear policy of nonpartisanship regarding political issues.