non-belligerent

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Related to Non-belligerence: tranquil
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non-belligerent

[ˈnɒnbɪˈlɪdʒərənt]
A. ADJno beligerante
B. Nno beligerante mf
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Otherwise, they will be deemed collaborators of the Assad regime and in violation of the non-belligerence deal struck between them earlier this month.
Furthermore, in the spring of 1945, following Roosevelt's death, Hopkins remained in the White House and was sent to Moscow by newly sworn-in President Harry Truman in order to "reassure" Stalin and the Soviets of the United States' non-belligerence toward Moscow and its postwar Soviet interests.
103) For more on the period of non-belligerence, Michel Ostenc, "La Non-Belligdrance italienne, 4 septembre 1939-10 juin 1940," in Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains, 194 (1999), pp.
Turkey's preference is almost exclusively for non-belligerence in solving the problems of the region.
To Syria, instead of full peace and withdrawal, he may propose a non-belligerence agreement, linked to an Israeli withdrawal from a northern strip of the Golan, an area now inhabited by Druze, and where there are no Israeli colonists.
Israeli FM officials are exploring the possibility of a long-term non-belligerence pact with Lebanon that could prevent future hostilities between the neighbours.
Still, he said, Israel can try to advance on a separate political track with Lebanon, the end result of which could be a long-term non-belligerence pact.
It is Nato that has kept the peace, so non-belligerence has nothing to do with the EU as such.
fostered Non-Belligerence Treaty signed in 1994, relations between Israel and Jordan are strained, largely due to the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A state of non-belligerence was enough, say what one will about Syria's weak economy.
It is a unique epigraphic record of a genre of diplomatic instrument that was available to states which wished to emphasize their non-belligerence.
Apart from expanded tourist cooperation with Jordan, the formalisation of friendly relations with Morocco, and an affirmation of non-belligerence by Arab states who never menaced Israel's security, this peace process is thin on the ground.