unlimited war

unlimited war

Not to be used. See general war.
References in periodicals archive ?
Dave King believes it will take in the region of PS30million to rebuild the club, although with the majority of that cash needed for running costs and upgrading a stadium fast falling into disrepair there will be no unlimited war chest to spend on playing staff.
In such terrain and with a virtually unlimited war chest, Cytavision was never going to lose -- it was just a matter of time.
In ending the civil war, Sorenson recognizes many truths, to include the fact that the Assad regime is fighting an unlimited war for its own survival, while the United States is fighting a limited war to achieve the best outcome in a bad situation.
He warned that any form of military intervention in Syria would lead to an unlimited war in the region.
Although he never actually used the phrase "total war," he clearly saw the Napoleonic Wars as a major new development in warfare and often suggested that future wars might approach, more and more, the kind of "absolute" violence of "pure" and unlimited war.
Raimondo maintains his affinity with that minority, while encouraging coalitions with the Left against the unlimited war on terror.
The president claims he has unlimited war powers in an undeclared war, and continues to tolerate that particular abomination to the Founding Fathers--paper money, unbacked by silver or gold.
This means unlimited war is never a justifiable activity.
Yet he continues his obsessive campaign to make hospitals less safe using an unlimited war chest, the state budget, and taxpayer dollars," said DeMoro.
11 and its consequences marked the beginning of a new kind of unlimited war, he says.
Bush's war against Iraq and his threats of unlimited war against states, such as Cuba, that it considers sponsors of terrorism.
Bush's administration, which is increasingly based on the assumption of an unlimited war for the causes of the fight against terrorism and the expansion of democracy, there is a real danger that Japan could be taken advantage of, warns Jitsuro Terashima, president of the Mitsui Global Strategic Studies Institute, in ''America's New Foreign-Policy Doctrine Is Now Visible.