intransigency


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The Syrian envoy said that during discussion of the resolution, his country has offered many concessions to reach a compromise, but it was faced with intransigency from the US envoy.
On the other hand, Left intellectuals like Michael Parenti appear irritated by the intransigency of RAWA's firm stance against all occupation, including that of the Soviets (Kolhatkar, p.
Such a step will not make any positive contribution to negotiation process and on the contrary, it will encourage Greek Cypriot party on the way to intransigency," he noted.
But trapped between the Japanese government's ineffectuality and the intransigency of the United States, peaceful options are very quickly running out.
Mexican-American preservice teachers and the intransigency of the elementary school curriculum.
Opheim, priest-director at All Saints Church Community Centre, calls this place "the epicentre of homelessness and intransigency.
The Chairman Kashmir Committee told the gathering that during the last six decades, a number of rounds of talks were held between Pakistan and India on Kashmir, but all ended without any progress because of the intransigency of India.
On one level the operative factors are obvious: Intransigency by civic groups, political infighting by city officials, the obduracy of Olympic officials and the realities, physical and practical, of the urban landscape.
Efforts by humanitarian organizations are no match for Israel's malicious intransigency.