non-intervention

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non-intervention

[ˈnɒnˌɪntəˈvenʃən] Nno intervención f
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While I sympathise with the position that many existing first year subjects are narrow, non-pluralistic, tend to ignore the dynamics of systems, claim not to be ideological and overwhelmingly advocate a non-interventionist role for government, I do not believe that exposing these students to a diverse range of schools is the way to reverse the trend in enrolment.
Far from being a latitudinarian, non-interventionist editor, as he has been portrayed, Foxe zealously and systematically shaped the account of Askew's martyrdom; he simply did it through more subtle means than Bale had done.
These are, first, that `liberal political theory need not be reshaped in light of indigenous demands, but instead should hold fast to its individualist and non-interventionist credentials, and ensure that the rights and protections it cherishes effectively be extended to indigenous peoples'.
He was determined to do all that he could to return it to its former non-interventionist course.
The most important was that Turkish policy was based on a low-profile and non-interventionist approach to the question while the European approach was in favor of an enlarged process to include the USSR and Europeans at an international conference.
Government and populace were equally non-interventionist when the war was triggered in July 1936 by army-led rebels who sought to overthrow the Poplar Front government.
My personal conjecture, based on repeated reading of the volume, is that the operative "target" of the book is not a definable body of "new Classical" economics at all, but consists instead of the amorphous, ideologically driven, literature favoring non-interventionist economic policies that accompanied the inauguration of such policies by numerous governments during and after the "Thatcher/Reagan" era of the 1980s.
On the whole, though, her study of Ottoman diplomatic practice during the period of non-interventionist foreign policy in the period 173968 provides an indispensable companion piece to the account of the diplomatic exchange which came at the culmination of the Ottomans' disastrous resumption of interventionist policy in the 1768-74 war (see N.
Our philosophy is that of precision, non-interventionist winemaking, thereby allowing the wines to naturally and honestly express the character of the site where the wines are grown.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The findings of a study conducted among Middle Eastern elites by Fatih University's ystanbul Institute reveal that Turkey's neighbourhood prefers an impartial, non-interventionist Turkey that is involved in dialogue with all parties in the Middle East.
The now 19-month old conflict is Syria has some in the West re-considering their non-interventionist policies.

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