coalition action

coalition action

Multinational action outside the bounds of established alliances, usually for single occasions or longer cooperation in a narrow sector of common interest. See also alliance; coalition; multinational operations.
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Although no longer an obstacle to Coalition action their armored battalions remain inactive in their positions along the Syrian border, and one can be sure that whatever boots are on the ground they will not be Turkish.
The CHPC standard model is rooted in community coalition action theory (19) and other research on effective community health coalitions.
Despite last year's coalition action, this month's farmgate milk prices are typically only 1-2p/litre higher than in April 2012.
To view WNA's and Wisconsin Nursing Coalition action plan for the RN role go to: http://www.
The community coalition action theory (CCAT) identifies internal factors within the coalition that lead to the implementation of community change, and thereby provides an approach for assessing the efforts of coalitions (Kegler, Rigler & Honeycutt, 2010).
If the Arab nations sense western occupational or oil motives in Libya, the support for the coalition action will evaporate in no time.
The fall of the city follows a week of coalition action against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's military, including missile strikes by RAF Tornados.
Kuwait and Jordan will join Qatar in giving "logistic contributions" to the international coalition action against the Libyan regime, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday, according to the BBC Arabic Service.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday that Kuwait and Jordan will give "logistic contributions" to the international coalition action against the Libyan regime.
Moussa, who represents a voluntary group of countries in Northern Africa and the Middle East, on Sunday reacted to reports that civilians had been killed during the bombardments, saying that coalition action had gone beyond establishing a no-fly zone.
He originally thought his question about the number of civilian deaths in Iraq as a result of coalition action might be answered in the one week expected for Parliamentary questions.
But Fukuda avoided expressing clear support for the latest coalition action, saying, ''It is difficult to know what steps are appropriate and we can only judge by the fact that security is not becoming stable.

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