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The failures notwithstanding, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi signalled a recognition that non-interventionism was unlikely to be sustainable when he told the United Nations General Assembly in 2013 that China would play a "more proactive and constructive role" in the world's hot spots and provide "public goods to the international community".
For historical reasons the OAU insists on the intertwined principles of the sanctity of established national borders and non-interventionism.
China's non-interventionism relates to the inviolability of state sovereignty as a rhetorical backbone of Chinese foreign policy that dates from Western and Japanese intervention and imperialism in China (Richardson 2013).
Yet Reiss's doubts about Hamid Karzai's Afghan government are a far cry from mythical isolationism, or even real-world non-interventionism.
Though he failed to stop American entry into World War I, Bryan's non-interventionism became dominant during the interwar era.
After more than 50 years of preaching non-interventionism in military matters in respect of its Constitution, and with pressure from Washington mounting in the aftermath of the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks, Tokyo is becoming aware that security should first be addressed outside the archipelago.
Clearly, the HKMA reached the bruits of its traditional policy of positive non-interventionism.
The principles I stand for - limited government, non-interventionism, respect for individual rights, and strict adherence to the Constitution - have a long and proud tradition in the Republican Party.
Rubin is among many of today's media and political figures who wield the "isolationist" club against non-interventionism.
Melber traces the long journey from non-interventionism to collective responsibility (the latter also known as 'Responsibility to Protect')--a 'momentous normative change', whilst cautioning against an uncritical acceptance of these concepts as being free of self-interest.
His books include melancholy reflections on the disappearance of small-town life (Dispatches From the Muckdog Gazette); a profound study of America's localist writers, artists, and thinkers (Look Homeward, America); brilliant accounts of American non-interventionism and antiwar conservatism (America First
The country's efforts to maintain transparency and non-interventionism are endorsed, as well as measures designed to end previous practices often characterised as 'crony capitalism', often amounting to hidden subsidies.

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