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  • adj. Of or relating to neutralism.
  • n. A person who advocates such policies.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A neutral; one who professes or practices neutrality.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who professes neutrality; a neutral.

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

  • n. an advocate of neutrality in international affairs


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  • India, no longer a jewel in the Imperial Crown but still a member of the Commonwealth, adopts what she calls a neutralist policy which to the untutored eye seems to mean taking from both sides and giving to neither.

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  • Second, Pakistan's masses, radicalized en permanence during the regime of the "neutralist" Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, are out of step and out of tune with the country's -- mostly Punjabi -- elites.

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  • (And even though I am a "neutralist," I don't think much of Kimura's solution.)

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  • He mentioned efforts to develop a "neutralist" organization based on younger, more nationalistic, and less corrupt segments of the elite, but he had little hope of their success.

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  • To briefly recapitulate that ancient history: In the late 1960s, Cambodia was ruled by a "neutralist" king, Norodom Sihanouk, leading a weak government that had little relevance to its poor and barely educated citizens.

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  • 'neutralist' in those days, and during the Bangladesh war, it closed its eyes to a genocide against the Muslim population of East Bengal.

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  • He has developed a philosophy of Christian education which is not neutralist.

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  • In Indonesia, it attempted in 1957-58 to overthrow neutralist president Sukarno.

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  • As for Pol Pot, he come to power when Nixon and Kissinger destroyed the neutralist Cambodian government – and later was our ally against the Vietnamese, who defeated him and removed him from power.

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  • We isolated ourselves from practically all the world, basically because of out-of-date, neutralist attitudes ...

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