non-intervention


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non-intervention

[ˈnɒnˌɪntəˈvenʃən] Nno intervención f
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Their common denominator is working on the assumption that answering the moral challenge humanitarian intervention presents us with presupposes making a choice between sovereignty with the corresponding norm of non-intervention on the one hand, and human rights on the other, which, as shown in the previous section, is mistaken.
In its statement, the embassy said Iran pursued a policy that was based on non-intervention in internal affairs of other countries, and Iran's policy aimed to contribute to regional peace and stability.
The Istanbul declaration spells out a set of principles in which the countries in the region around Afghanistan would be guided including non-intervention in internal matters of other states, respect for the territorial integrity of states, support for the stability and peace in Asia, as well as respect for Afghanistan's sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity.
In its condemnation of Jannati's "inflammatory" speech, Bahrain's foreign ministry wrote that Iran "does not respect the rules of proper dialogue and the principle of non-intervention in the internal affairs of other sovereign states, as well as the norms of international law," ASHARQ AL AWSAT reported.
Pakistan reiterated its support for Afghanistan's sovereignty, territorial integrity and unity, in addition to asking the country's neighbours to uphold the principles of non-interference and non-intervention.
While supporters of the intervention maintain that it has served, if only by means of collateral benefaction, to forestall civilian massacres, and caution against making a fetish of non-intervention, many have questioned whether a civilian slaughter was indeed imminent, or could only be averted through bombing, and whether armed intervention will ultimately bring more harm than help to the Libyan people.
British Government policy was non-intervention. Churchill, the lone MP warning against Government policy was side-lined as a warmonger.
Sultan Al Ali reiterated the UAE's respect for the principle of non-intervention in the internal affairs of other countries which constitutes a major pillar in the country's foreign policy.
Chapter 5 discusses the relationship with the principle of non-intervention in light of the principles of neutrality and impartiality in peacekeeping measures.
Much of the book traces Asia's post-1947 rejection of collective defence and elevation of non-intervention. Citing primary documents, Acharya demonstrates that "non-intervention was not a key demand of Asian leaders in the immediate postwar period" and was not included in the Asian Regional Conferences (ARCs) convened by Nehru (p.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT Who: Lord Mandelson Why: The Business Secretary (and current leader-in-absence of the Labour Party) saw his policy of non-intervention justified yesterday as Jaguar Land Rover owners Tata said it would be able to support the company without government help, after arranging a commercially-backed loan.
I'm afraid the closure of companies, leading to jobs being lost or going abroad, is partly due to Lord Mandelson and Gordon Brown's unyielding passion for a global economy and the non-intervention by Government.

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