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And this has only been possible because those states that felt ideologically threatened by the spread of free world, built a counter narrative in the war theatres where the humanitarian interventions had left a political vacuum.
There still is a free world, in which citizens elect political leaders rather than tolerate authoritarian succession like in China or Russia.
He also "renewed his call to the free world to oppose the American administration" which announced that it would veto the Palestinian bid to seek full UN recognition for their state.
The Second Protocol, which was adopted in 1999, holds that any intentional attack against a War Free World Heritage Listed City would be identified as criminal offense.
"You would have to fear Free World if he runs anywhere near his old form," he said.
Overall, though, The Free World is powerfully realized, absorbing, and old-fashioned in satisfying ways." MICHAEL LOWENTHAL
This is not yet "the free world," but a kind of limbo, offering all the temptations of freedom with none of the rootedness or responsibility.
There were moments when Cameron led the free world, and others when Sarkozy was running with the ball, and Obama is certainly a crucial member of the scrum.
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WASHINGTON, D.C., Apr 13, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday a nuclear free world would facilitate more security for all.
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The author notes that the huge obstacles to achieving a nuclear free world should not prevent attempts to achieve it.