noninterference : Definition, Usages, News and More
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n a foreign policy of staying out of other countries' disputes
Since human beings have yet to explore very far beyond Earth, pondering an interplanetary noninterference policy of our own may seem a little premature at least until we've .
Noninterference means "not interfering with Communist expansion.
At meeting's end, as usual, the League members came up with a bland six-point peace plan that called for, among other things, solidarity against Israel, noninterference in one .
Ahmed Aboul Gheit in Forbes We have also been calling for the noninterference of any foreign powers into Iraq,Aboul Gheit said. "That is something we would renew."
Wen Jiabao in Wall Street Journal Blogs (blog) Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao told reporters the two sides must "stick to the principles of mutual respect and noninterference in each other's internal affairs."
John Negroponte in USA Today These and other significant shifts "suggest Beijing is rethinking its hard and fast policy of ' noninterference' in the internal affairs of states friendly to China" and its argument that sanctions are not an appropriate foreign policy tool,...