from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not allied with any other nation or bloc; neutral: A group of 20 nonaligned nations urged a treaty to ban space weapons.
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- adj. not allied with any particular nation, or to any side in a dispute
- adj. neutral, impartial
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- adj. not affiliated with any faction, party, or cause
The first couple of rounds would be conducted offsite in nonaligned unoccupied countries and the finale held in Afghanistan to announce the new government.
As he joined the Belanger-Campeau commission - tellingly not as a sovereignist but as "nonaligned" - he approached Claude Beland, then president of Desjardins, to create this new party.
It is quite another thing-and well beyond the usual, de rigueur, but shameful cooperation with Arab -, Islamic -, and "nonaligned" - bloc calumny against Israel in the
CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR, CNN CHIEF INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: The Iranian government has invited hundreds of journalists, as well as six ambassadors from the so-called nonaligned movement.
The presidents of Cuba, Iran and Venezuela will be in Havana for a summit of what are called nonaligned nations.
Iran's President Ahmadinejad today arrived in Cuba for a so - called nonaligned movement summit meeting.
The so-called nonaligned nations became quite adept at playing off one superpower against the other, usually to their advantage.
The movement [passage lost in transmission break] the group of the nonaligned is the result of successive victories against those oppressive forces of the colonial past and the neocolonialist present, which in 1961 we proposed to defeat.
How, then, should countries previously known as nonaligned be defined?
With his friendship with the "nonaligned" providing a shield, he has been able to keep the collectivist ideologues out of the economy.
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