counterstrategy

counterstrategy

(ˈkaʊntəˌstrætɪdʒɪ)
n, pl -gies
a strategy designed to counter the effectiveness of another strategy or action
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Because Trump relies on angry white voters, diversity, anti-racism, and the elevation of people of color should be the counterstrategy.
Because Trump relies on angry white voters, diversity, anti-racism and the elevation of people of color should be the counterstrategy.
It's easier to say "no" than to develop an effective counterstrategy to achieve your own goals.
As a counterstrategy, we simplified our sessions using focused, manageable questions, with the end points for the discussion clearly and explicitly stated at the beginning of the session.
That being said, while a hard power-centric counterstrategy may fall
To conquer the future is the strategic element of revolution; freezing the present is the counterstrategy motivating the forces of world reaction today, for they are on the defensive!." (17)
These counterstrategy systems, as reactive as they may have been during their initial implementation, significantly aid in deterring terror threats on a daily basis.
The induction of nucleotide degradation pathways may act as a counterstrategy against viral-driven nucleotide biosynthesis [80].
While rampant poaching and the destruction of the bird's natural habitat are considered the biggest threats to the cockatoo, Widmann said that educating communities proved to be an effective counterstrategy.
Adding misery to the plight of captive audiences, advertisers have adopted a counterstrategy and most TV channels, including cable TV, sync their commercials at the same time, which leaves no room for the TV viewer to escape.
Thus, the strategy of discipline is likely to be met by a counterstrategy of circumventing and the ignore strategy by the counterstrategy of convincing.
Third, we need to develop a kind of counterstrategy to deal with those who are willing to leave our societies to travel to the territories of the "Islamic State."