It was a Soviet client state
. The emergence of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, which resorted to terrorism?
We must understand that Iran is a sovereign self-respecting nation and cannot be considered a client state
, and its history of defending itself will help Pakistan in the future as well.
Acknowledging financial assistance from China, he rejected the impression that Pakistan had become a client state
of China under the $60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
The real issue is not the imaginary military build-up, but Cyprus' attempts to stop acting like a Russian client state
and move closer to the West.
Other than exploiting our strategic location and becoming a client state
, no effort was made for economic revival.
He said the words 'expectations' and 'our requirements' smelt of a master and servant or client state
relationship with the US.
The Commission on Audit (COA) has flagged the receipt of P621,717.72 in 'excess' allowances by five lawyers of the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel (OGCC) from their client state
firms, buttressing the allegations raised by the office's chief Rudolf Jurado days before he was fired by President Duterte.
Pakistan can no longer perform role of client state
willing to perform assigned tasks for other countries, when it is insecure from within and susceptible to terrorism financed by enemy countries who exploit loopholes within our border management and financial regulatory institutions.
Other agencies found creative ways to recognize IWD: DDB changed its name for the day to DDB&R in honor of the agency's first female copy chief, Phyllis Robinson, while McCann and client State
Street Global Advisors erected a statue of a "fearless girl" in front of Wall Street's famous Charging Bull.
"Taken with the current , and very widespread perception in the region, of Israel as a client State
armed by the United States, a further increase in the anti-American mood in the region, consequent support for paramilitaries such as alQaida is likely to be the longer term consequence of a war.
The book is said to "show convincingly that Winston Churchill wanted Britain to play a leading role in a united Europe" and confronts the argument that Boris Johnson put forward in his 2015 bestseller The Churchill Factor that Churchill opposed Britain becoming a "gloomy client state
of an infernal Nazi EU."