noncommunist

Related to noncommunist: communism

noncommunist

(ˌnɒnˈkɒmjʊnɪst)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) relating to a government or state that does not practise communism
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who does not practise communism: re-enter politics as a noncommunist.
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Through her efforts, ARPA became one of the most important political movements on the noncommunist left, until Portal and others broke with the party in the 1950s.
He was responsible for publishing fake news that resulted in hundreds of noncommunist socialists being killed by Stalin.
Regardless of their actual threat to communist rule at the time, reference to these episodes served a different purpose in the hands of Catholic refugees seeking to shape an authentic noncommunist nationalism.
The dynamic reformist leader Khrushchev was a committed Marxist-Leninist focused on broadening Moscow's policy by establishing new relations with India and other key non-aligned, noncommunist states in the Third World.
As an early supporter of the original noncommunist Cuban revolution, I much appreciate this story of the involvement of American beat poets with the fidelista cause," says Ferlinghetti.
On the one hand, the replacement of a young communist league with a broader, formally noncommunist network was the global strategy of the communist movement after 1942-1943, when the Young Communist International (KIM) had been disbanded.
The $147,000 prize--which is named after the 1983 Nobel Peace Prize laureate; the leader of the first free trade union in the communist world, Solidarity; and Poland's first noncommunist president-was conceived in 2008 to "reward those who work for understanding and cooperation among nations in the name of freedom and the values of Solidarity.
The paper explains how this shift came about through a complex combination of: changes in French-Vietnamese relations; the shifting relationship between noncommunist and communist leaders within the Viet Minh state; increased links with the CCP; and changes in the international communist line.
They generally accepted the goal of a noncommunist South Vietnam as a worthy, even noble, one, but doubted its efficacy in the face of a popular, nationalist-inspired insurgency.
America's action [in Vietnam] enabled noncommunist Southeast Asia to put their own houses in order.
In Suri's imaginative reconstruction of the connections between the normalization of relations between the communist and noncommunist states and the popular disruptions of the late 1960s in France, the United States, Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union, Germany, and China, such disorienting pairings are the rule.
In 1978-1989 he was the deputy director of this institute, being one of the few noncommunist leading specialists of that time.