post-war

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post-war

adj
happening or existing after a war: the early post-war years.
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post-war

[ˈpəʊstˈwɔːʳ] ADJde la posguerra
the post-war periodla pos(t)guerra
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post-war

adjNachkriegs-; event alsoin der Nachkriegszeit; post-war eraNachkriegszeit f; of the post-war eraaus der Nachkriegszeit; post-war Londondas London der Nachkriegszeit
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And at the heart of the debate of the G20's future, and indeed whether the post-1945, multilateral rules-based international order can still be preserved, are at least two contrast conceptions of the future.
The Cold War "was absolutely fundamental to the success of Western democracy post-1945." The common threads that bound countries together were the relationships between and among capitalism, liberalism and democracy.
At the heart of the debates over whether the post-1945, multilateral rules-based international order can be preserved are at least two contrasting conceptions of the future.
IN PETER Waller's cracking Regional Tramways: Wales, Isle Of Man & Ireland Post-1945 there are some excellent illustrations.
At a time when colleges and competitions increasingly require post-1945 works or ones written in the 21st century, this triptych offers students and teachers a rich, picture-album that is not only idiomatically written and meticulously edited but also continues a tradition of American composers (Frederic Rzewski's North American Ballads comes to mind) that seek to relate musical landscapes to the sometimes-troubled history of this land.
This handbook brings together 28 chapters on issues related to human trafficking and slavery in a global context in the post-1945 environment.
Brands begins with a spirited defense of the globally engaged, post-1945 American grand strategy and critiques a popular alternative grand strategy known as offshore balancing.
This is the first of two planned volumes, focusing on: 1) the two waves of militarization that changed Korean society and culture and 2) the "academy culture and practice" in the IJA that would influence South Korea's post-1945 development.
Two world wars; a general strike; the great depression - those factors forged our post-1945 world.
The author has indeed not only delved into massive folders of US diplomatic cables and telegrams about post-1945 Burmese state affairs.