Bush, and Barack Obama, and the warm embrace of current Prime Minister Modi with President Donald Trump, New Delhi appears to be signaling its willingness to shed its commitment to nonalignment
and strategic autonomy, and albeit gingerly, enter into an arranged partnership if not marriage.
Our findings also emphasize the utility of awake FFB nasal intubation in postburn pediatric patients with fixed flexion deformity related nonalignment
of the oral, pharyngeal, and laryngeal planes for intubation [2, 4], provided that measures to enable sufficient patient cooperation were implied.
Each fixture provides the capability to compensate the nonalignment
between the transmitting and receiving transducers.
1922 - Northern Ireland votes for nonalignment
in Irish Free State.
Xi Jinping highlights that China needs to make as many friends as possible and build a global network of partnerships while upholding the principle of nonalignment
. Such partnerships are equal, peaceful and inclusive in nature.
He defined it 'as not for or against anybody but equidistant to everyone.' If Almonte's definition is accepted, then we have, effectively, a policy of nonalignment
Among the issues worth discussing: respect for Chinese economic interests in North Korea, withdrawal of US forces after reunification, and military nonalignment
of a unified Korea.
, and Small Powers: 1945-1965", International Organization, Cilt 20, No.3, 1966, s.397-418.
While setting the time nonalignment
, two things must be taken into account.
Sri Lanka, after a near decade of pro-China policies under former president MahindaRajapaksa, has retreated to tacit nonalignment
with Sirisena's administration and may be eyed by Washington and Tokyo as low hanging fruit.
, it is transitioning to multi-alignment, or what can also be called quasi-alliances, or overlapping partnerships.
On the contrary, it is nonalignment
that demonstrates the Cold War mentality.