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destabilization

Definitions

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  • n. The act or process of destabilizing

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an event that causes a loss of equilibrium (as of a ship or aircraft)
  • n. the action of destabilizing; making something less stable (especially of a government or country or economy)

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Examples

  • Given the shrinking role of the real economy, particularly the manufacturing sector, this reckless move will lead to the long term destabilization of domestic economy and a precipitous decline in our standard of living.

    The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper

  • This was all predicted -- that is, the destabilization, the anger among different groups -- in pre-war intelligence.

    CNN Transcript Apr 25, 2004

  • On the north side of the monument, the walls rest on the hard, dark-brown silts of a fossil Pleistocene Nile terrace and have a firm footing, so have experienced less erosion and destabilization, which is perhaps some compensation for having to withstand the relentless north wind.

    Interactive Dig Hierakonpolis - Fixing the Fort: Part 2: Week 3

  • Government to carry out what it is currently called destabilization of the country in order to then carry out aggression.

    CASTRO FAR DAY SPEECH CRITICIZES U.S. POLICY

  • "The nexilin dilated cardiomyopathy allowed us for the first time to describe a new form of heart muscle dilatation and define the mechanism causing it, namely destabilization of the Z-disk," says Dahme.

    R&D Mag - News

  • Associated Press Treasury chief Geithner arrives to meet with Sen. Collins on Monday The White House and many Democrats argue that some sort of "bridge" financing is necessary to temporarily fund a toppling company to prevent the kind of destabilization that followed the collapse of Lehman.

    Finance Overhaul Remains in Flux

  • KRISTOL: Even assuming the degree and kind of "destabilization" would be the same in both the cases of attack and appeasement (which I don't think would be so), one scenario -- attack -- leaves Iran without nuclear weapons, at least for now; the other -- appeasement -- means Iran would have nuclear weapons going forward.

    Matthew Duss: Neocons Dismiss the Views of the Military (Again) to Call For (Another) Preventive War

  • KRISTOL: Even assuming the degree and kind of "destabilization" would be the same in both the cases of attack and appeasement which I don't think would be so, one scenario -- attack -- leaves Iran without nuclear weapons, at least for now; the other -- appeasement -- means Iran would have nuclear weapons going forward.

    Matthew Duss: Neocons Dismiss the Views of the Military (Again) to Call For (Another) Preventive War

  • Thus rather than trying to save Blake's text from charges of obscurity by making his text represent something we all understand, the challenge I offer here is to think the kind of destabilization of reference that Blake's text produces as a fundamental philosophical premise upon which meaningful change becomes possible.

    Abstracts

  • But there's a simpler explanation for all the wacky conspiracy theories and incitements to right-wing rage: This could be a long term "destabilization" strategy.

    RJ Eskow: Is There a GOP Strategy -- A Kamikaze Campaign for the Black Helicopter Crowd?

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