1939: Germany and Russia signed a short-lived nonaggression
pact which left Hitler free to attack Poland.
Pyongyang voided the Korean War armistice and nonaggression
pacts it signed with South Korea decades ago and cut off all cross-border hotlines before declaring that it was in "a state of war.
North Korea said Friday it will nullify its nonaggression
agreements with South Korea as of Monday and immediately sever the inter-Korean hotline, after the U.
North Korea vowed Friday to nullify its nonaggression
agreements with South Korea and sever an inter-Korean hot-line, just hours after the U.
Teppei Ino, global markets research analyst at the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, said he believes the yen-selling was partly spurred by concerns over North Korea's announcement in the morning that it would nullify its nonaggression
agreements with South Korea and sever an inter-Korean hot-line.
Rabbani defended the government's dealings with North Waziristan-based militant commander Hafiz Gul Bahadur, who is believed to have signed a nonaggression
pact with the government, saying "at the moment he seems to be trying to keep himself out of the trouble.
Further increasing international pressure on Colonel Qaddafi, the Libyan leader, Italy suspended a 2008 treaty with Libya that includes a nonaggression
clause, a move that could allow it to take part in future peacekeeping operations in Libya or enable the use of its military bases in any possible intervention.
He carried a nonaggression
pact signed by Adolf Hitler which stated the German leader's desire never to go to war with Britain again.
GERMANY and Poland sign a 10-year nonaggression
It should offer a pledge of nonaggression
in return for the cessation of Iran's nuclear enrichment activities, and it should ease up on the hostile rhetoric so as not to entrench the hardliners even further.
Foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations on Thursday welcomed France's willingness to accede to ASEAN's nonaggression
pact known as the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation.
According to the more "aggressive" intelligence view: "Baghdad sought and obtained a nonaggression
agreement or made limited offers of cooperation, training, or even safe haven (ultimately uncorroborated or withdrawn) in an effort to manipulate, penetrate or otherwise keep tabs on al-Qaeda or selected operatives.