non-belligerent


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non-belligerent

[ˈnɒnbɪˈlɪdʒərənt]
A. ADJno beligerante
B. Nno beligerante mf
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Article 152 stipulatesthat: "The foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran is based upon the rejection of all forms of domination, both the exertion of it and submission to it, the preservation of the independence of the country in all respects and its territorial integrity, the defense of the rights of all Muslims, non-alignment with respect to the hegemonic superpowers, and the maintenance of mutually peaceful relations with all non-belligerent States." Article 153 adds: "Any form of agreement resulting in foreign control over the natural resources, economy, army, or culture of the country, as well as other aspects of the national life, is forbidden."
This was facilitated because of the non-belligerent posture of both parties, eschewing security threats to each other, and their common policy of keeping away from international power politics.
But he skillfully kept Spain together and non-belligerent in World War II and retained power until his death in 1975.
I will leave aside the discussion of whether such a brief violation justifies downing the aircraft of a non-belligerent country and will focus on the possible consequences of the incident.
The author also avoids falling into the trap of providing a chronology of hardships suffered by the city's population by continually attempting to place her narrative into the larger context of broader historical trends--the rudimentary state of international law governing the conduct of war, the role of humanitarianism as a motive for the intervention of non-belligerent states and the importance of gender stereotypes in enumerating civilian suffering.
Thankfully for the Pilgrims, our region's natives, severely weakened by the 1617 typhus epidemic introduced by French explorers, were not only non-belligerent, but critically helpful, generous a and initially much more tolerant and forgiving than the Pilgrims would have been, had the Wampanoags tried to settle their land and steal their seed.
It unilaterally removed settlements from Gaza hoping a non-belligerent democracy would emerge.
(d) Does international humanitarian law permit the targeting of persons directly participating in hostilities who are located in a non-belligerent State, and if so, in what circumstances?
My family, mostly quiet, unassuming non-belligerent people, were always ready to answer the call to the defence of our country and during World War II from the house where I was born in 1942, my father, two uncles and grandfather all answered the call to colours.
In spite of this pressure, Japan ardently refused the call to abandon Article 9 and maintained its status as a non-belligerent state.
(58) A state of war also has brought into play the law of neutrality with respect to relations between the belligerent and non-belligerent States.