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nonhumanitarian

Definitions

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  • adj. Not humanitarian

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Examples

  • While we maintained a no-contact policy with the de facto regime that the coup leaders installed, and suspended military and nonhumanitarian aid, we avoided imposing what would have been devastating trade, investment or financial sanctions.

    The U.S. Is Pursuing a Constructive Policy in Honduras

  • International efforts to stabilize the situation, with the European Union suspending nonhumanitarian aid, failed to halt the deterioration.

    Soldiers Oust President in Coup in Uranium-Rich Niger

  • When Mr. Lee won -- "with the highest margin of victory in Korean political history," he reminds me -- he cut off almost all nonhumanitarian aid to the North if its uses couldn't be verified.

    South Korea's Bulldozer Heads for the White House

  • Back then the United States immediately froze all nonhumanitarian aid, and both the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund announced they were withholding all further credits until democracy was restored.

    No Time For Parades

  • The West must continue to make any future nonhumanitarian aid to Zimbabwe contingent upon the recognition of the March election, the end of Mugabe's control over the government and military, and the full restoration of the rule of law and human rights.

    Mugabe Has No Intention

  • Among other things, it prohibits any increase in nonhumanitarian foreign aid to Vietnam until the President certifies that various human rights goals have been met.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Their nonhumanitarian outlook had emerged during the Gerald Ford administration as a nationalist reaction to the Vietnam debacle, the anti-Americanism of the counterculture, and the defeatism of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.

    Sands of Empire

  • But the bill provides a significant loophole by allowing the President to waive this punishment "..for any fiscal year if the President determines that the provision to the Government of Vietnam of increased United States nonhumanitarian assistance would promote the purposes of this Act or is otherwise in the national interest of the United States."

    Human Rights Act removed from House Omnibus bill

  • By restricting the amount of oil he can sell to a level that provides for the needs of the Iraqi people but does not allow him to pursue other, nonhumanitarian objectives, international sanctions make it virtually impossible for Saddam to gear up his weapons programs to full strength.

    Text Of A Letter To Congress To Report On Iraq

  • But is it really humanitarian to make contributions to a ruling party that has a totalitarian and racist ideology and is in regular receipt of nonhumanitarian aid from

    Slate Magazine

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