- non- + belligerency (Wiktionary)
“Sharon talked of a nonbelligerency pact, persuaded that Palestinians were not prepared to genuinely recognize the Jewish people's right to their homeland and that peace without such recognition at best could only be a guarded lull.”
“There will be others running for office in 1996 who succumbed to the temptations of a self-indulgent time (Bob Dole is already sniping at Phil Gramm's nonbelligerency in the 1960s).”
“Instead, he says, Israelis and Palestinians should strive for a "nonbelligerency accord" based on the current alignment in the West Bank and Gaza, economic cooperation and the long-term possibility of establishing a "Palestinian entity.”
“The concept would be nonbelligerency, something long term with no timetable but with a list of expectations.”
“One is an armistice agreement that will provide a situation of nonbelligerency.”
“There should be an interim agreement or a situation of nonbelligerency.”
“In 628, the Prophet Muhammad agreed to a year-long hudna, hudnat Hudeibiya, which he used to reorganize his forces and then, unilaterally, to break the truce and utterly destroy his erstwhile partners in nonbelligerency.”
“Shimon Peres put a very high value on this, and a statement of nonbelligerency would gain support for the transfer of arms to Jordan that the king saw as symbolically and substantively important.”
“Suddenly word came that four of the TWA hostages had been kept behind, still held by Hezbollah who were said to be seeking a “nonbelligerency” guarantee from the United States.”
“The king did not even make a helpful statement on nonbelligerency.”
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