belligerency belligerency


  1. (n) hostile or warlike attitude or nature
  2. (n) fighting; acts of overt warfare



  1. But something else which would also help would be Turkish belligerency.
  2. I would say that after ending the state of belligerency, our relations with Israel would be like America's relations with China.
  3. To total Pan-American unity the meaning of Brazil's belligerency in World War II may still be dubious.


  • Adjusting to the New Iranian Reality

    Hassan Rouhani’s inauguration as Iran’s new president revives hope for resolving the Iranian nuclear dispute, but continued belligerency from the U.S. Congress and Israeli leaders could dash the opportunity – as could American misreading of regional trends, as Flynt and Hillary Mann Leverett explain.
    on August 5, 2013     Source:


  1. "Let the animosity and belligerency first quiet down. In the end, we remain hopeful that all stakeholders in the future of the Philippines will put their minds and hearts together for a consolidated political action," Bunye said.
    on Dec 9, 2006 By: Ignacio Bunye Source:

  2. "The 55th clearly was not a state, but rather an irregular fighting force present within the borders of Afghanistan at the sanction of the Taliban," Brown wrote. "Any attempt to apply the rules of co-belligerency to such a force would be...
    on Jan 7, 2010 By: Janice Rogers Brown Source: American Thinker (blog)

  3. "This is not done with any type of belligerency," Rohrabacher added, referring to his unannounced visit.
    on Jun 3, 2010 By: Dana Rohrabacher Source: Los Angeles Times

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