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  • n. A proponent of non-intervention.


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  • Being a noninterventionist is just a subset of isolationism.

    Think Progress » Ron Paul’s Foreign Policy Views Divide Southern Republican Leadership Conference

  • Some would call him an isolationist, but he is not that—he is best described as a noninterventionist.

    Ron Paul's Stance Reagan Redux?

  • Economic policy in the '80s and '90s was decidedly noninterventionist, especially in comparison with the damaging wage and price controls of the '70s.

    The End of the Growth Consensus

  • Charles I, aside from a disastrous attempt to relieve the besieged Huguenots of La Rochelle from French forces in 1627 (a foray in which Suckling and fellow poet Robert Herrick took part), had a noninterventionist policy regarding the Thirty Years' War (1618-48) in Europe.

    Pens at the Ready

  • Some of the Paul policy stances that irk traditional conservatives are exactly the ones that appeal to the town's meditators, particularly his noninterventionist approach to foreign policy and his emphasis on personal liberties and on diminishing the powers of the federal government.

    Meditators Back Paul for Peace

  • And in a key moment of Monday night's debate in South Carolina, the noninterventionist Mr. Paul, who has picked up strong support from people in the military and veterans, insisted that his plan to cut military spending by closing overseas bases actually would increase the military presence in the state as troops return home.

    Defense Hawks Are Up for Grabs

  • Mr. Smedley discusses Ernst Lubitsch's "To Be or Not to Be," a coruscating satire of the Nazis in occupied Poland that he began filming in 1941, when noninterventionist feelings were still running high in America.

    Films in Fraught Times

  • Paul is a noninterventionist, not an isolationist.

    Think Progress » Ron Paul’s Foreign Policy Views Divide Southern Republican Leadership Conference

  • As important as winning, some supporters say, is building a movement behind Mr. Paul's ideas, which include a noninterventionist foreign policy, deep cuts in federal spending and elimination of the Federal Reserve.

    Paul Sees Nevada As a Better Bet

  • "Encouraging a so-called separatist movement is one that is going to complicate that [noninterventionist] position very much."

    China Courts Secessionists in Sudan, Breaking a Mold


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