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antimilitarism

(ˌæntɪˈmɪlɪtərɪzəm)
n
the opposition to militarism or to war between states

antimilitarism

the quality of being opposed to the establishment or maintenance of a governmental military force. — antimilitarist, n.antimilitaristic, adj.
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antimilitarism

[ˌæntɪˈmɪlɪtərɪzm] nantimilitarismo
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But to come together effectively in the face of a common threat, Europeans will first have to overcome their nationalist--or, in Germany's case, anti-militarist --instincts.
But to come together effectively in the face of a common threat, Europeans will first have to overcome their nationalist - or, in Germany's case, anti-militarist - instincts.
A collection of seven representative early texts introduces a new audience to three stories from Krleza's renowned anti-militarist book, "The Croatian God Mars"; an autobiographical sketch; a one-act play; a story from his collection of short stories; "One Thousand and One Deaths"; and his signature drama, "The Glembays", a satirical account of the crime-ridden origins of one of Zageb's most aristocratic families.
This book is certainly an interesting read, as a testimony of the times and a welcome reminder of the reality of the war and of its consequences--including what it did to the anti-militarist movement, to the various branches of the socialist movement, and to the anarchists, who took a long time to recover from Kropotkin's (and others') adherence to the 'Union sacree'.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A once very popular and promising civil society group, the Young Civilians (Genc Siviller), who won the appreciation of many with their pro-democracy standing, anti-militarist discourse and use of sarcasm in their protests, has been keeping silent for a long while in the wake of many anti-democratic developments in the country, with many of its founders now acting as mouthpieces for the Justice and Development Party (AK Party).
Anti-militarist sentiment is stronger than ever, with protests not seen since the 1960s, when students demonstrated against the United States-Japan security treaty.
The concert, which takes place for the sixth year in a row, is organised by the bi-communal group "Convention for the anti-militarist peace operation", that aims to raise awareness on freedom, co-existence of peoples and against militarism.
A minor episode that occurred two years ago but only came to light recently, two weeks before the end of President Jose Mujica's term in office, has stained the reputation of a man otherwise considered the most popular and highly regarded leader in the 190-year history of Uruguay, the most democratic and anti-militarist country in South America.
Keir Hardie, another tireless anti-militarist campaigner and leader of the British Independent Labour Party, died soon after hostilities started.
Experts say the aircraft must be classed as for civilian use if it is to comply with Japan's 1967 self-imposed ban on arms exports, part of the post-World War II anti-militarist drive.
Cerullo's meticulous unravelling of the legal complexities of the Aernoult-Rousset Affair as well as of the complex political and personal dynamics of the anti-militarist left not only provides a compelling picture of French society on the eve of the First World, but it also offers more general insights on the theory and practice of military justice, as well as on the capacity of various political strategies, from ministerial lobbying to street demonstrations, to effect institutional change.

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