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armed services are sponsoring the poster child for such "advertisement" and for the militarism that undermines Vagt's military way.
As the book progresses, the discussion shifts from militarism itself to its cultural manifestations and, at this point, the book becomes more dependent on Winston's readings of Joyce's writings.
Referring to the LDP's call to bolster Japan's national defense by upgrading the Self-Defense Forces to "Defense Forces" as one of its campaign promises, the Rodong Sinmun said, "It is an issue of concern that forces that will drive Japan into militarism have won considerable support (from the Japanese public) through votes.
WILPF members challenge militarism in their local branches and through national WILPF's Program Committees.
If the United States indiscreetly applies militarism in the region, it will be like a bull in a china shop, and endanger peace instead of enhancing regional stability.
She has written extensively on women and militarism, and her work has been translated into half a dozen languages, from Spanish to Turkish.
Linking militarism with environmental destruction, "The Green Zone" presents many intriguing ideas and is highly recommended.
Zionism, Militarism, and the Decline of US Power" is a no-holds barred examination of the relationship between Israel and the United States, and its effects on the United States pushes for a more peaceful Middle Eastern region.
How can a city and a Christian community publicly abhor the racism, militarism and genocide of the past and fail to voice its' opposition to present crimes of militarism and ethnic cleansing against the Palestinians?
They will discuss the wars and militarism that they have experienced since 1915.
Putin harshly criticized US foreign policy Saturday, telling an international conference packed with senior American and European officials that Washington's militarism has fostered global instability and forced vulnerable nations to seek nuclear weapons.
US militarism has to be considered under three headings: First, the US military is the largest single consumer of fossil fuel in the world.
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- Military Government
- military law
- Military Occupation
- military science
- military tribunal
- militate against
- Mill, John Stuart
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- militarily significant fallout
- Militärisch-Technisches Abkommen
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- Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism and Nationalism
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