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nonin ter ven chuhn

  • n  a foreign policy of staying out of other countries' disputes

  • Under "the sacred principle" of nonintervention, the French soon intervened.
  • The nonintervention doctrine is especially unsuited to the world of the 1960s.
  • To weaken the principle of nonintervention in an effort to promote democracy is self-defeating," he emphasized, because the Caribbean tensions of the last six months have .

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