war footing

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war footing

n on a war footingsul piede di guerra
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There are six main observations: There is no military solution in Afghanistan; transforming a war economy to a normal one is the only way to achieve durable stability and peace; mutually beneficial cooperation on development is possible, and the Taliban is amenable to that; the region has enormous resources; the US and Afghanistan's immediate neighbors have enough capacity to make it happen; and besides Pakistan, Afghanistan could be the biggest beneficiary of CPEC.
The Afghan economy has become a war economy, where taxes fund the war more than they fund development.
Before the war, the Japanese basically depended on imported materials to fire Japan's industry, so that when the war broke out they groped for much needed resources to sustain their war economy.
He pointed out that the economic work program of the government includes self-reliance and the restoration of the production process which stopped due to terrorism, adding that that the economic situation doesn't allow for waiting which is why the government tended to work in accordance with the war economy and activating cooperation with friendly countries to overcome the challenges posed by the terrorist war.
He told Daily News Egypt that the Egyptian economy is now recognised as a war economy, urging Egyptians to stick together to safely overcome this stage.
Too many of our citizens and policies are quietly, even secretly, given employment to maintain the permanent war economy.
One of it is economic: "ISIS's umbilical cord is tied to raging civil wars in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen and beyond and the criminalised war economy that has emerged a result.
He said there was a need to do away with old-mind set to war economy in order to effectively face challenges of 21st century, adding national security paradigm should be re-defined and enhance regional connectivity.
Syria's corrupt economy became a corrupt war economy that takes advantage of a system blown open by the Panama Papers.
Entitled "Deadly enterprise: Dismantling South Sudan's War Economy and Countering Potential Spoilers, it says networks of political and business elites have profited from the war and must be effectively targeted and dismantled to save South Sudan's imperiled peace deal.
The second devastating process is the growth of the war economy.
It will never move away from a war economy to a peace economy.