equilateralism love


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A Cold War political theory holding that Europe should remain politically independent of both the United States and the Soviet Union.


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  • Voices such as that of Timothy Garton Ash warned angrily against what he called "equilateralism": the assumption that the two superpowers were as worthless as each other, that American subversion in Nicaragua or Chile was no better than communist repression in Europe or the Soviet Union.

    The Guardian World News


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