- n. Plural form of alliance.
“Anyway, there might be a less exalted political angle to this as well — Pacquiao's political ambitions are no secret — though trying to untangle the alliances is a little dizzying.”
“- European military alliances from a utilitarian, realist perspective — the perspective NATO proponents claim to adhere to — but if you insist on distorting his point, go ahead.”
“The problem with alliances is that you either have to honor them or render them worthless.”
“China and Russia are cozying up to Cuba because of financial and military interests, respectively, but it remains to be seen if long-term alliances will develop.”
“Growing and expanding multi-racial alliances is one of the hardest things to do here in the USA.”
“In short: can they learn how to make alliances from the other side?”
“For an analysis of the Black Panthers 'interest in alliances with countercultural groups, see Leerom Medovoi, "A Yippie-Panther Pipe Dream: Rethinking Sex, Race, and the Sexual Revolution," in Swinging Single: Representing Sexuality in the 1960s, ed.”
“In short, America should stop pouring billions into bureaucracies to buy short-term alliances and focus its efforts on bottom-up entrepreneurship.”
“By prioritizing and building long-term alliances within communities of color, advocates for equality could make history on two fronts in the same election.”
“When people say: yes, but we want a "British" foreign policy, I say: of course we do, but in today's world a foreign policy based on strong alliances, is the only "British" policy which works.”
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