non-alignment


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non-alignment

[ˈnɒnəˈlaɪnmənt] Nno alineamiento m
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In order to shun joining of the Cold War, both states followed the trajectory of non-alignment.
Asserting that Palestine was ready for to engage in negotiations with India, Abbas said they rely on India's role as an international force and its role in the non-alignment movement for desired peace in the region.
Ms Tom made reference to the Committees last meeting in 2017, where amongst the many issues raised was the non-alignment between some of the entities operational budgets and the department.
Nehru believed that the Non-Alignment Movement would make major powers vie for interest.
The second heat too was an exciting affair with at least 12 boats getting a penalty slapped on them for non-alignment at the starting line.
After his decisive 2014 electoral victory, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi dove into foreign policy, effectively replacing the normative discourse of non-alignment and strategic autonomy of the Congress Party with a fluid, dynamic, multilevel alignment cognitive script and strategy, say Tremblay and Kapur.
Nehruvian vision of modernity for India consisted of seven features: National unity, Parliamentary democracy, Industrialization, Socialism, Cultivating scientific temper, Secularism and Non-alignment.
For years, Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat was a regular visitor to New Delhi, which was seen as a champion of non-alignment.
Arab countries, supported by member states of Non-Alignment Movement, suggested to hold a regional conference on imposing a ban on WMD, mainly nuclear weapons, in the Middle East region, as was mentioned in the documents during the conferences in 1995 and 2010.
Arab countries supported by member states of Non-Alignment Movement suggested to hold a regional conference on imposing a ban on WMD, mainly nuclear weapons, in the Middle East region, as it was mentioned in the documents during the conferences in 1995 and 2010.
Jawaharlal Nehru, India's prime minister at the time, was a co-founder of the movement, and non-alignment has since been an integral part of the nation's foreign policy.
He apprised the meeting about different challenges being faced during the study including data gaps, non-alignment of different sectoral growth targets, matters related to the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) besdies time constraint to carry out the study.

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