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  • The Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party says it strives for a "civil state, defined as a non-military non-religious state ... that respects human rights" according to its political program.

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  • In the Obama administration's proposed 2012 budget, for example, 85% of security spending goes to the military and if you included the costs of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, that percentage would only rise; just 7% goes to real homeland security and a modest 8% to what might, even generously speaking, be termed non-military international engagement.

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  • The Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party says it strives for a "civil state, defined as a non-military non-religious state ... that respects human rights", according to its political program.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • The Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party says it strives for a "civil state, defined as a non-military non-religious state ... that respects human rights" according to its political programme.

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  • In the U.S., a 1950s-era law caps the liability of nuclear operators and offers industry-funded pools of money to compensate anyone hurt by a non-military nuclear or radiological incident, regardless of who is found liable.

    Nuclear Liability to Fall on Japan's Taxpayers

  • Sanctions are one aspect of exhausting it, and so is isolation, non-military siege, sabotage operations in weapons factories and the targeted killing of nuclear scientist.

    Raghida Dergham: Mutual Interests for Baghdad and Washington

  • Historically, the majority of non-military American aid has gone to the economy.

    U.S. offers aid for Egyptian democracy, but quietly

  • In recent years, U.S. non-military aid was spread among economic, education, health and democracy initiatives.

    U.S. offers aid for Egyptian democracy, but quietly

  • Let's all hope it isn't another Iowa. #allnightlong— Larry Sabato @LarrySabato February 8, 20128.46pm: CNN's Anderson Cooper is now reporting that the Pentagon is "reviewing military options" in relation to Syria, although non-military options remain the current policy.

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  • • But the US is expecting Russia to block any resolution on Syria, according to Foreign Policy's diplomatic blog the Cable:There's no longer any expectation inside the administration that Moscow will support international action aimed at removing Assad from power, even by non-military means.

    Syria: UN to hear Arab League proposals - live updates

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