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nonaligned

(of states) not part of a major alliance or power bloc, esp not allied to the US, China, or formerly the Soviet Union
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policy toward nonaligned nations during the Kennedy--Johnson years, the argument that "engagement" was a real and powerful (if ultimately failed) departure in U.
Rybakov emphasized the importance of the promotion of the objectives and principles of the Nonaligned Movement on the European continent.
Scrapping the nonaligned status was passed by a 303-9 vote.
Tehran wants to seize this opportunity to neutralise Western-imposed isolation over its nuclear efforts and to defend its programme, which has been consistently supported at past Nonaligned Movement summits as well as by Nonaligned countries in the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Board objectivity and independence are sought to be enhanced by inducting a large proportion of non-executive directors who would also qualify as nonaligned with, and independent of, the company, it's controlling shareholders and/or executive management.
Nonaligned diplomatic sources indicated that Saudi and Egyptian pressure on the PLO to give the U.
The Israeli government is going through a war of aggression against our people,'' he told foreign ministers from Third World nations attending a conference of the nonaligned movement in New Delhi, India.
Besides the artists' names, the labels on the boxes contained the names of ambassadors in nonaligned countries.
The name comes from the 1955 conference of nonaligned nations held in Bandung, Indonesia.
Yugoslavia's president assumed the chairmanship of the nonaligned nations at the recent summit in Belgrade.
The Outlook also reflects Fitch's expectations that IRF's richer sales mix, anticipated divestiture of its nonaligned products segment (anticipated to be completed by mid-2006) and positive longer term power management growth trends will translate into more consistent operating and financial performance for IRF.
The results showed that the expectations of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and main opposition Democratic Party of Japan that their high-profile candidates could win votes for their parties from nonaligned voters or voters supporting other parties were unrealized.