re-escalation

re-escalation

(ˌriːɛskəˈleɪʃən)
n
the act of re-escalating
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What we see today is a dramatic re-escalation of the military activities.
On May 12, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who sailed through Senate confirmation on a party-line vote, announced the re-escalation of the drug war, instructing federal prosecutors to seek maximum sentencing on drug-related crimes.
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The stakes are high if we are to prevent hopelessness and a re-escalation of violence", Piper warned on behalf of the UN Country Team in Palestine.
The re-escalation option is still on the table as the US has simply relocated its military personnel - in their hundreds if not thousands - to its naval base in Bahrain, which is not far from the conflict zone.
There is however downside risk with enterprise confidence susceptible to shifts in sentiment, and a re-escalation of the eurozone crisis with the election of Syriza in Greece could undermine confidence levels.
Most Chinese observers have blamed the recent re-escalation of tensions on the internal chaos of Myanmar.
However, there is downside risk, with the potential for a re-escalation of the eurozone crisis or the security situation in Ukraine to undermine the recovery in confidence levels.
Recent crisis in Crimea carries a danger of re-escalation of unresolved conflicts in Eurasia--Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, and Transnistria.
Against that background, the threat of a re-escalation of the region's debt crisis remains ever present.
In principle, a continuing relationship is perfectly defensible, but it needs to be circumscribed to prevent a re-escalation of U.
Releasing a statement on Saturday, the ministry recalled that Israel launched an air strike on a vehicle in Gaza Strip two days ago, and expressed deep concern over the re-escalation of the tension in Gaza Strip as well as breaking the cease fire which had been settled last month thanks to contribution of Egyptian officials.