destabilization : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dee stay buh luh zay shuhn

  • n  an event that causes a loss of equilibrium (as of a ship or aircraft)
  • n  the action of destabilizing; making something less stable (especially of a government or country or economy)

  • Previous studies have shown that breathing in particulates in pollution can trigger potent inflammatory reactions in the body, which can in turn lead to the destabilization of .
  • After all, lest anyone think this is a crisis for the Palestinians alone, the World Bank warns, "destabilization of this kind, if protracted, could also lead to a deterioration of .
  • But as campaigning goes forward for parliamentary elections now slated for February 18, many similar opportunities for further destabilization will present themselves.
News & Articles


  • Francois Fillon in Vancouver Sun
    This is slander, this is a systematic destabilization campaign,Prime Minister Francois Fillon said. "We will not be intimidated by these methods and I want to say that those who are involved in this manhunt, or slanderous accusations,...
  • Condoleezza Rice in Bloomberg
    We have made clear to the Turkish government that we continue to be concerned about anything that could lead to innocent civilian casualties or to a destabilization of the north,Rice said at a televised news conference today in Baghdad.
  • President Bush in Washington Post
    The group declared that such a withdrawal would `almost certainly produce greater sectarian violence' and lead to `a significant power vacuum, greater human suffering, regional destabilization and a threat to the global economy,'Bush said,...

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