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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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This is why Japan's largesse comes at a very handy time for Sirisena and Wickramasinghe, but whether it will tilt Sri Lanka's newfound nonalignment towards banding with the West against China is moot.
The core of nonalignment is not to provide security assurances for other nations.
While CAN activists are regarded highly by developing country delegates due to their shared objectives, developed country delegates rarely share their objectives (issue nonalignment or foes).
China insists on the principle of nonalignment, but the revival of the Silk Road needs collective efforts and multilevel cooperation.
Beginning in the late 1980s, Guyana sought to improve relations with the United States as part of a decision to shift toward political nonalignment, moving from state socialism and one-party control to a market economy and greater freedom of the press and assembly.
The driving philosophy of the SCO is the so-called Shanghai Spirit," which emphasizes harmony, working via consensus, respect for other cultures, noninterference in others' internal affairs, and nonalignment.
Modis embrace of Obama marks the demise of India's tradition of nonalignment, which may have suited the country when it was weak and poor.
I remember how close the world was to us at the time of Prime Minister Sirimavo Bandaranaike with the foreign policy of Nonalignment, which my government too clearly follows today.
This brings into focus the importance of Nonalignment to face situations that have moved away from the end of the Cold War and the distinct clash between US and Soviet power.
In an interview with local Radio Channel in Islamabad on Wednesday, he said both the countries are cooperating with each other at world forums like OIC, D8, nonalignment, and the United Nations.
I was very interested in the nonalignment of sound and image and in thinking about what might emerge in the gap between them.