noninterference


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noninterference

(ˌnɒnɪntəˈfɪərəns)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another name for nonintervention
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Noun1.noninterference - a foreign policy of staying out of other countries' disputes
foreign policy - a policy governing international relations
interference, intervention - a policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries
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This is primarily due to the policy of noninterference that the bloc has embraced since its conception.
Noninterference has meanwhile been upheld and protected to a much greater degree in Southeast Asia.
The religious policy of the East India Company, according to its own rhetoric and often repeated in the scholarly literature, was one of noninterference with the various religious traditions of India and staunch resistance against Christian missionary activity in Company territories.
Answering a question, she said Pakistan is practicing the policy of noninterference in Afghanistan and expected that everyone else will practice noninterference.
According to Sleiman's office, the president said Machnouk's stances "do not reflect the viewpoint of the Lebanese state, and that Lebanon was keen to have the best ties with Iran on the basis of mutual interest and respect and noninterference in the affairs of the state.
11) and raises doubts and difficult questions on ASEAN's principle of noninterference.
Leaders of the 18 East Asia Summit states are expected to renew a commitment when they meet in Indonesia later this month to settle regional disputes through peaceful means and affirm the principle of noninterference in the internal affairs of other countries, an ASEAN diplomat said Tuesday.
Summary: Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mourad Medelci on Monday reaffirmed his country's position towards Libyan crisis, saying that attempts of Libyan rebels' " National Transitional Council" (NTC) to change Algerian position based on the principle of noninterference in internal affairs of others are in vain.
It also would include a noninterference clause, preventing the Board of Supervisors from having a part in CEO decisions.
The meeting would come as ASEAN slowly relaxes its noninterference rule.
But, as noted, even his discussion of ZOPFAN and the ARF (Chapter 3) is bound by a framework that focuses on their contribution in institutionalizing the noninterference doctrine, rather than as instruments for managing extramural pressures.
I argue that features that distinguish it from noninterference and self-mastery highlight the theoretical and practical advantages of liberty as nondomination.