non-alignment


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non-alignment

[ˈnɒnəˈlaɪnmənt] Nno alineamiento m
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Nehru also promoted the concept of 'non-alignment'.
The concept of Indian strategic autonomy is anachronistic, and principle of non-alignment is not applicable in ongoing geo-political constellation.
Yesterday's agreement is essentially a capitulation of Milorad Dodik which paves the path of Republika Srpska towards NATO, and there is no dilemma that this deal is a defeat in of the anti-NATO policy, a policy of non-alignment, military neutrality and the plan of coordination of steps with Serbia when it comes to membership in military alliances,' said today Mirko A arovic, President of the Serb Democratic Party (SDS).
He pointed out that since Bahrain joined the Non-Alignment Movement in 1972, the Kingdom has continued to enhance its role in various fields especially in the field of sustainable development, dialogue of cultures and civilizations, coexistence and the creation of an environment for human relations under the reform approach of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
Hamid said "The summit underscores Iraq's success in adopting non-alignment and confirmed the success of parliamentary action during the visit of the president of the council to the countries of the region," he added," The Summit will achieve political and economic gains that will contribute to enhancing security and investment and bringing together views to improve relations among the peoples of the region He explained that "The summit will be attended by Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran, Turkey, Jordan and Syria.
Non-Alignment Movement is an international organization uniting 120 countries on the principles of non-participation in military blocs.
India continued to practice the method of positive neutrality and non-alignment and followed a strategic approach that entitles it to occupy an important position on the international scene.
The Prime Minister (PM) of Pakistan who will meet the ruler of Qatar on January 22 should continue his foreign policy by adhering to the principle of non-alignment. The principle of neutrality will save the country from earning the hostility of any of these countries.
During the 1970s, countries from Asia, Africa, and Latin-America formed the Non-Alignment Movement as an alternative to being dragged into the Cold War, says Dinkel.
The Emirates Ambassador deemed this initiative as "a source of pride and a new emphasis on moving forward on the same path and approach of the late founding father, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, God rest his soul." He noted that his country has always pursued a policy of openness and tolerance based on the principle of non-alignment to any conflicts, and continues to help the countries of the world and consolidate the values of its people in line with customs and traditions.
This section reviews definitions of the concept, and how these definitions have evolved from a narrow legalistic understanding to a wider political reading of the term as expressed through the affiliated notions of neutralism and non-alignment. The second section discusses what neutrality meant to ASEAN at its inception and during the Cold War.

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