destabilizer

destabilizer

(diːˈsteɪbɪˌlaɪzə) or

destabiliser

n
a person who or a thing that destabilizes
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Russia is contravening now all international rules and it is a big destabilizer in the region.
Does this development represent an international ecosystem destabilizer, a flash in the pan, or something in between?
Combining ganetespib with either microtubule stabilizers (docetaxel, paclitaxel) or a microtubule destabilizer (vincristine) in vitro resulted in a synergistic increase in NSCLC cell death compared to monotherapy.
Hindi po kami destabilizer, hindi po kami nananawagan ng overthrow ng pamahaalaan, hindi po kami nananawagan galing sa galit, nananawagan po kami galing sa malasakit,' David said.
Ponge's investigations paved the way for later destabilizers, including Derrida, who liked to push a phrase around until it bled.
Research has indicated that the risk of violence may increase when other risk factors are present, such as substance abuse, lack of personal supports and exposure to destabilizers.
To our destabilizers, I say: leave the people to their work and let the president do her job.
We appreciate the calls of the President's supporters for RevGov but I think there's no factual or legal basis as of now because the President has said he would consider a revolutionary government if destabilizers will persist in their plan to have him removed from office,' Roque said in a press briefing in Mindanao.
We need principled, constructive opposition that can effectively fiscalize government, not a bunch of destabilizers and demagogues,'' Arroyo said.
This is the type of self-coup that President Duterte probably had in mind when he warned destabilizers and critics that he would declare a RevGov.
We are very concerned about that, that we are being divided into progovernment supporters and destabilizers.
Dela Rosa said he's confident that the alleged destabilizers cannot win against the current administration.