antistate

antistate

(ˌæntɪˈsteɪt)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to or acting against state authority
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Each of the 73 journalists currently behind bars is being investigated for, or charged with, antistate crimes.
Most of the music about taxes promotes the same anti-tax, antistate ideology.
The reclusive country accused the University of Virginia student of antistate activities.
Charges against Nam included praising, encouraging, and sympathizing with an antistate organization.
This basic Marxist view, however, has been marginalized since the 1980s, when the neoliberal antistate and free-market policy became the dominant prescription for national economic growth (Desai, 2013).
Treating this outcome as irony depends on taking the politicians' antistate rhetoric at face value, as Edling does.
Rather, it referred to a disturbing pattern of widespread assassinations and antistate bombings.
Rolf also outlines areas of mutual influence between state policy and antistate Polish nationalism.
The minimal state, if it existed, would be an antistate actor whose rational purpose would be the opposite of that of the state, preempting the place that a state can otherwise take and expand in.
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He said the war against militancy is in a stage that would result in final elimination of antistate elements.
He opined that political parties should get rid of any terrorist or antistate element if taken shelter under the umbrella of any political party.