antimilitarism


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antimilitarism

(ˌæntɪˈmɪlɪtərɪzəm)
n
the opposition to militarism or to war between states

antimilitarism

the quality of being opposed to the establishment or maintenance of a governmental military force. — antimilitarist, n.antimilitaristic, adj.
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antimilitarism

[ˌæntɪˈmɪlɪtərɪzm] nantimilitarismo
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But his antimilitarism was of a peculiar and Gallic sort.
Oros explains that these changes arrive in a context in which Japan is viewed as a declining power in Asia, and are underwritten by three historical legacies: contested memories of imperial Japan and the war, postwar antimilitarism, and the unequal nature of the alliance with the United States.
His articles are often very personal: he professes his antimilitarism, his hate for war, army, and discipline, but he is always realistic; on 12 August 1944, in the article "Chiamata al dolore" (Call for Pain) signed "Pierino", he speaks of his wish that a normal life would come back as soon as possible:
RID=P00012698; and Micaela di Leonardo, "Morals, Mothers, and Militarism: Antimilitarism and Feminist Theory," Feminist Studies 11, no.
In a critical study of human rights, Barbara Schulman (2004) describes how feminism, antiracism, antimilitarism, anti-imperialism, and queer liberation can be tied to a radicalized global human rights movement.
Yet these men were sublimely sagacious on the critical political issues of the age--peace, antimilitarism, and resistance to the regimenting state.
Hoglund and Strom soon produced a widely circulated pamphlet under the title Det befasta fattighuset: Antimilitaristisk och socialistisk handbok (1913; The Fortified Poorhouse: Antimilitaristic and Socialist Handbook), (22) and antimilitarism remained the core value of an increasingly autonomous SDUF.
The swing of the pendulum from German and Russian militarism, and from all militarism, into which Germany had forced the world, and the United States with it, brought on violent reactions toward theories of radical reorganization of society, which reacted again swiftly to militarism and tyrannical methods for enforcing these theories of antimilitarism and anti-tyranny .
The accepted performance of conservatism halted where libertarians became hostile to religion, where antistatism became antimilitarism, where libertarianism and libertinism became indistinguishable.
Miller, From Revolutionaries to Citizens: Antimilitarism in France, 1870-1914 (Durham: Duke University Press, 2002), pp194-196.
She notes that women journalists and political activists voiced their antimilitarism publically and forcefully, and, in fact, calls their involvement "il protagonismo delle donne nella scena culturale e politica" (25).