non-Communist

non-Com•mu•nist

(nɒnˈkɒm yə nɪst)

adj.
1. not belonging to or supporting the Communist Party or Communism.
n.
2. a person who does not belong to the Communist Party or support Communism.
[1915–20]
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Members include government officials, entrepreneurs, military officers, members of non-Communist parties, individuals of no parties, experts and scholars, individuals from Hong Kong and Macao and representatives of religions and ethnic minority groups.
At that point, 12 non-Communist ministers resigned, which played into the hands of the Communists.
The two parties are pledged to unite within six months and they will form a government without non-Communist members that will rule Nepal, if all goes well, for the next five years.
Many viewed the five non-Communist states that founded Asean-Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand-as dominoes, set to be tipped over by a neighbor's fall to communism or descent into civil strife.
Another unsettling development has been the emergence of the Communist Tudeh Party as the leading manipulator of mob pressure, at least in Tehran, and as an important source of support for Mossadeq vis-a-vis his non-Communist opposition.
But Nixon was angry that Dudman had reported from Vietnam that the "prospects of the non-Communist forces in the approaching political contest must be rated as poor and probably worsening.
Enter The Cambodian Wars by former policy analyst and deputy director of the Asian Studies Center in Washington DC, Kenneth Conboy, who has composed the first study of CIA operations in Cambodia, and the first English-language analysis of the nation's non-communist resistance.
The coarsening was a product of the transition from the bohemian and downtown non-communist left of the 1950s and early '60s to the vast and national New Left that followed, which was a mass movement.
amp;oelig;The Reconciliation Mass of November 12, 1989, held in Krzyzowa and attended by the first non-communist Prime Minister of Poland, Tadeusz Mazowiecki, and his counterpart Chancellor Helmut Kohl of Germany, opened the road for constructive dialogue between the two countries.
Pakistan was the first non-communist country who recognized China.
About 4,000 to 5,000 of these Polish Canadians were Communists in the late 1930s, making the Communists comparable in size to the two largest non-Communist Polish organizations that operated in Canada at the same time (the Federation of Polish Societies in Canada and the Polish Alliance of Canada).
Contract awarded for August 2016 and September schoolmates edible busikpum joint purchase (one of the non-communist education)

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