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- n. The process whereby some area of land or procedure becomes controlled by the military or administered in a military fashion.
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- n. act of assembling and putting into readiness the military forces for war or other emergency.
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- n. act of assembling and putting into readiness for war or other emergency:
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I think the term militarization of space should be saved for nothing short of having orbital platforms with weapons pointed at cities. on 04/25/2010, -8/+33Why is anyone surprised by this?
I believe Afghanistan changed them to what I call the militarization of Islamic thought.
The third explanation for Mexico's growing militarization is perhaps the most ominous of all for Mexico though it probably affects foreign visitors the least.
While engaging enemies like the Sunni tribal leaders is a good idea, arming them adds to the long-term militarization of the country.
Early drafts of the assessment, known as the "militarization report," have been seen by diplomats involved with the IAEA's work.
We understood his commitment to fostering improved economic relations between Washington State and the People's Republic of China PRC, but we felt it would be irresponsible for our state representatives to blindly pursue business relationships without addressing the threat the PRC poses to peace and stability in the Pacific rim, through its rapid militarization, which is aimed, not just at democratic Taiwan, but beyond.
The group said the grain board is run by former police, military and intelligence officials who report directly to Mugabe's Cabinet in what Makumbe and other analysts called the militarization of key government industries and ministries.
Already then we had the "militarization" of foreign policy and the "securitization" of foreign aid.
His remarks were aimed at assuaging concerns over the NSA's role in helping to protect civilian and private-sector networks, as well as fears of a "militarization" of cyberspace.
His remarks were aimed at assuaging concerns over the NSA's role in helping to protect civilian and private sector networks, as well as fears of a "militarization" of cyberspace.