non-intervention

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non-intervention

[ˈnɒnˌɪntəˈvenʃən] Nno intervención f
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Whether Robert Kennedy genuinely intended to establish the basis of a new non-interventionist fortress America foreign policy or was specifically concerned about Vietnam remains unclear.
Thus all three parties sang from the same songbook, thoughtfully provided by the corporate lobby: cutbacks, the beauty of lower taxes, non-interventionist government, no new programs, no new policies, no new anything.
The conservation policy at Brodsworth marks a wider shift in contemporary museum philosophy -- not without controversy -- which has moved away from a tendency towards restoration in favour of a non-interventionist approach.
Paul's strong message of Constitutionally-limited government, a traditionally Republican non-interventionist foreign policy and a return to sound money is clearly resonating with the American people.
And finally there are a variety of smaller conflicts going on the north and far east of Syria as local groups including the Syrian Kurds are using the chaos of war to carve out areas of autonomy, which has alarmed the previously determinedly non-interventionist Turks.
Underlining Ankara's non-interventionist policies in the region, Bozkir said Turkey in no sense will intervene into the territories of its neighbors as the government is not planning to utilize its economic power for military interventions in its backyard.
In fact, Ron Paul has articulated the non-interventionist position far more clearly for years, including calls to withdraw from Afghanistan.
That I grant you, but Aristotle's concept of the Absolute was non-interventionist.
So if this lets our non-interventionist God off the hook when anything goes wrong, why do Christians bother to pray?
What Rosenblatt calls "prancing around in an air of vain stupidity" was never the sole province of the celebrity culture it applied equally to self-important essayists, solemn anchormen, and an uninterrupted string of state departments whose rambunctious and provocative foreign policies betrayed the non-interventionist sensibilities of the populace and left us open to the wrath of omnicidal fanatics.
It is highly unlikely that the French or German governments would adopt the non-interventionist approach to industry favoured by British governments.
He has devoted his political career to the defense of individual liberty, sound money and a non-interventionist foreign policy.

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