noninterventionism


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noninterventionism

a policy under which government regulation of private industry is reduced or nonexistent. — noninterventionist, n., adj.
See also: Government
the doctrine that governments should not interfere in the politics of other countries. — noninterventionist, n., adj.
See also: Politics
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This attitude would temper The Conservative Mind and Kirk's politics for the rest of his life, leading him to support, for example, the noninterventionism of presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan in the 1990s.
strategists after World War II" may concern those who accept that "status quo" as normal, it would serve Americans well to remember that this was a radical departure from the earlier "status quo" of noninterventionism that was advocated by the Founding Fathers.
This critical juncture revived a strain of noninterventionism and isolationism that persisted in American culture for a quarter century until World War II.
So, before reviewing what Johnson actually says about Syria - which almost every media outlet has ignored - consider whether anyone should expect the question after one about "the Nader effect" would be about a specific issue of foreign policy, identified not as "Syria," or "the bombing in Aleppo," and without any lead-in like, "Let me ask you about your noninterventionism.
Add to that the inevitable association of Rand Paul with his father Ron Paul's strict libertarian noninterventionism, and the Kentucky senator seemed an awkward fit for a party that has usually liked to talk tough, even as it formerly practiced sound diplomacy in office.
The American discussion about France's choices has mostly clustered around two poles: hyper-interventionism and noninterventionism.
Beijing's principle of noninterventionism and lack of adherence to high standards create negative social and environmental consequences and contradict western values and international norms.
Whereas his father was an FDR Democrat, his mother favored sound money, lower government spending, and, as World War II loomed, Republicans' traditional noninterventionism and opposition to Stalin's Soviet Union.
China's noninterventionism has been a diplomatic mantra since Zhou Enlai laid out the"five principles of peaceful coexistence" over half a century ago.
While none of these channels are especially useful or dependable sources of information about their countries of origin, CCTV is perhaps the least daring of the three, with a perspective on the world that both reflects the Chinese government's policy preference for noninterventionism and is broadly sympathetic to Western neoliberalism.
Marja Harmanmaa's analysis of D'Annunzio's Canti della guerra latina, written between 1914 and 1918, demonstrates how the opposition between the civilizing mission of the Latin peoples--among whom Italians stand out as heirs of Roman culture--and the barbarism and bestial savagery of what she calls the "Teutonic 'Other'" serves to tie together a number of different strands of the interventionist discourse, from the critique of Giolittian noninterventionism to irredentism.
In a climate of isolationism and noninterventionism, President Franklin Roosevelt, through innovative strategies, equipped military forces in peacetime, while ratcheting back on liberal rhetoric before conversion to war production in 1942.