coexistence coexistence  /ˌkoʊ ɪɡ ˈzɪ stəns/

Definition(s):

  • (n) existing peacefully together

News

  1. The Soviet Bogeyman

    Since the time of Lenin, the Soviet Union, vis-à-vis the other Great Powers, consistently pursued a policy of what they long termed “peaceful coexistence."
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Ludwig von Mises Institute

  2. Red Menace or Paper Tiger?

    Since the time of Lenin, the Soviet Union, vis-à-vis the other Great Powers, consistently pursued a policy of what they long termed “peaceful coexistence,” in fact often bending over backwards to pursue a peaceful foreign policy almost to the point of national suicide. The motivation for this unswerving course was not any sort of moral nobility.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Ludwig von Mises Institute

Quotes

  1. "Pursuing peace, progress, coexistence in harmony and harmonious development" was how Chinese President Hu Jintao described the Chinese people's Olympic hopes to foreign media last week.
    on Aug 4, 2008 By: Hu Jintao Source: USA Today

  2. PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas told US President Barack Obama last week, "And we say in front of you, Mr. President, that we have nothing to do with incitement against Israel, and we're not doing that. What we care about is to live in coexistence with...
    on Jun 13, 2010 By: Mahmoud Abbas Source: Arutz Sheva

  3. "We are going to make a judgment based on whether the United States will give up its hostile policy and come out toward peaceful coexistence," Kim Kye Gwan said.
    on Feb 7, 2007 By: Kim Kye Gwan Source: International Herald Tribune

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