Japan's finance minister Aso is likely to skip next week's G20 meeting due to the alleged embroilment
of the Ministry of Finance with a state land sale scandal.
However, increased interaction and potential embroilment
in Arab affairs risks Turkey's hard-won stability and prosperity.
But Conte, wounded by Mourinho's reference to his embroilment
in the controversy, hit back again with his "fake" and "little man" " jibes, which continued the vicious slanging match.
Far from seeking to pull political strings in Washington, Putin consistently and scrupulously followed a policy of avoiding any embroilment
whatsoever in domestic US political quarrels and he remained focused on trying to conduct serious business with every US administration, Armstrong explained.
The latest political embroilment
, which previously led to successive dissolutions of the country's parliament and even its closure in the late 1970s and early 1980s, resulted in the unexpected resignation of the government of Prime Minister Shaikh Jaber Al Mubarak Al Sabah.
He can look only to diplomacy; only to the embroilment
of the European nations in a fierce and general war, from which religion would be sure to lose more than it could possibly gain.
Marie-Isolde's unraveling came slowly, I must say, and then with fervor on two fronts, and if military history's taught us anything, the multi-front embroilment
is the very worst kind, for a victory on one front usually means sacrifice on another.
During a press conference, Mismari blew the whistle on documents proving terror elements' embroilment
in murdering army officers.
This may be explained by, on the one hand, the more intense and widespread embroilment
of households with finance, and, on the other, the more uniform impact of the crisis across the socioeconomic strata in these two countries.
One biographer will later offer the understated explanation, "to avoid embroilment
in the Civil War," which sounds accurate if by "embroilment
" he means dying.
From this perspective, the attempt at presenting linguistic hurdles (recognized as Chinese culture) and then overcoming them by making them transparent, translucent and hence, consumable (legible by the West), may indicate embroilment
in the global market.
Due to a long-standing racial controversy, there would seem to be plenty of reasons why Lucas's accidental encounter with a white boy should not escalate into direct embroilment
, after he rescued Charles (Chick) Mallison from a frozen creek.