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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of ideologise.

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Examples

  • Olivier Roy, the best French expert on the region, criticises Washington's "ideologised" vision of the war which divides Afghans in classic Manichean fashion into categories of good and evil.

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  • So, when Dmitry Medvedev says he wants international relations to be de-ideologised, he is asking for something which Western policy-makers (especially Europeans) have either never thought about, or against which they react with fury.

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  • So, when Dmitry Medvedev says he wants international relations to be de-ideologised, he is asking for something which Western policy-makers (especially Europeans) have either never thought about, or against which they react with fury.

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  • Indeed, a careful analysis can do much to help focus the mind and avoid the pitfalls of over-ideologised simplification.

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  • Indeed, a careful analysis can do much to help focus the mind and avoid the pitfalls of over-ideologised simplification.

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  • ANC principles, yet many believe that South Africa's foreign policy has been de-ideologised and that the principle of universality is being applied to international relations.

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  • Nor is it an argument for sheer pragmatism, or for what some describe as a 'de-ideologised' foreign policy.

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  • If Obama could succeed in including local, non-ideologised leaders of the insurgency in the process of political reconstruction, there would be hope of gradually isolating the leadership of the radical Taliban.

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  • Later, in the internally de-ideologised USSR of the 70s and 80s, it was, again, not money itself but consumer goods that were the focus of society's interest - as would be expected of an economy of scarcity.

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  • As it has de-ideologised itself, the European left has fallen victim to the politics of

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