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un·po·lit·i·cal

 (ŭn′pə-lĭt′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Not politically structured, oriented, or focused; not interested in politics.

unpolitical

(ˌʌnpəˈlɪtɪkəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not politically oriented or organized
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Adj.1.unpolitical - politically neutralunpolitical - politically neutral      
nonpolitical - not political
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unpolitical

adj, unpolitically
advunpolitisch
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Granting favors secured their loyalty but also helped the Party, because "it was their very appearance of being unpolitical that made them politically useful," supporting the argument that the Third Reich "was also about glamour, not just ideology" (125).
Manent has no trouble showing just how benighted this unpolitical attitude is.
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desire for an unpolitical military, the goal is a PLA that is a direct defender of the Chinese Communist Party that embodies enduring "revolutionary ideals." As head of the party, state, and Central Military Commission (CMC), Xi's civilian control of the PLA and its reforms is further solidified.
This group offered "a twelve-step path back to sobriety," Ferguson writes, "but its real strength lay in the therapeutic network effects of regular meetings at which experiences of addiction were confessed and shared." Ferguson attributes its success to its "quasi-religious and wholly unpolitical character" and wonders whether, had it somehow been linked to communism, J.
For a professor of political science, Deneen's view of the world is surprisingly unpolitical. One telling sign of this is that he virtually never mentions liberal democracy's contemporary rivals--or, indeed, any countries outside the United States.
And what about a T-shirt with a pristinely unpolitical message (e.g., "I despise cocker spaniels") that might disturb some sensitive souls in a polling place?
It has the revivalist flavor of a movement, powered by the enthusiasm that draws normally unpolitical people into the political arena.
I discuss a general point concerning the present state of social-economic inequalities in contemporary societies: it is necessary to face conservative systemic comprehensions of social evolution and their consequence, that is, strong institutionalism in relation to the coordination and legitimation of social systems, which leads to their depoliticization and the subordination of democratic politics to economic unpolitical and impersonal mechanisms, monopolized by oligarchies, political parties and technocracy.