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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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After all, there are 120 Nonaligned Movement member states in the UN General Assembly, and UN chiefs have regularly attended Nonaligned Movement summits.
And though Syria's embattled president, Bashar al Assad, may not participate, the crisis in Syria will be on the agenda and may culminate in a new Nonaligned Movement mediation push to complement the efforts of both the United Nations and the Organisation of the Islamic Conference.
This idea could now earn the blessing of the Nonaligned Movement and demonstrate how a new Middle East can chart its own destiny after the Arab Spring.
As the Nonaligned Movement underscores the extent of international support for Iran's right to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes, the United States and its allies will be pressed to drop their rigid insistence on a complete halt to Iran's enrichment efforts and take a more nuanced approach to help break the deadlock on the issue.
For nonaligned directors' surveillance role to be effective, it is important that board meetings necessarily have them or at least a majority of them to be present at the meeting.
After all, nonaligned directors are not all angels and they are equally subject to human failings.
Those who supported the DPJ but voted for Takenaka accounted for 5 percent, while nonaligned voters who voted for him amounted to 17.
Exit polls showed that 46 percent of DPJ supporters voted for Kina while nonaligned voters who did so constituted 37.
In 1983, Gandhi organized a conference of nonaligned third-world nations, which was attended by diplomats from 101 countries.
In the proportional representation section, 38% of those who voted for the DPJ claimed to be nonaligned voters, while noncommitted voters supporting the LDP accounted for 14%.
That meeting ushered in warmer relations between the two countries, and Clinton said he wanted ``to reach out to the whole nonaligned movement and especially to the Islamic nations in it who had not given over to fundamentalism and extreme anti-Americanism.