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Definition of Depoliticize
1. [v -CIZED, -CIZING, -CIZES]
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Literary usage of Depoliticize
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Rise of Nations in the Soviet Union: American Foreign Policy and the by Michael Mandelbaum (1991)
"Such an action is both morally imperative and politically expedient, as it would depoliticize the issue of ..."
2. The United Nations System: The Policies of Member States by Chadwick F. Alger, Gene Martin Lyons, John E. Trent (1995)
"... to build coalitions to promote its version of "process reform," and the attempt to depoliticize conflicts weakens the substance of its proposals. ..."
3. The Reluctant Sheriff: The United States After the Cold War by Richard N. Haass (1997)
"... trade at the same time it helped multilateralize and depoliticize it through the passage of both NAFTA and the WTO. The broader critique of economism is ..."
4. Vision for a New IRS: Report of the National Commission on Restructuring the ...by Bob Kerry by Bob Kerry (1998)
"... with the 1RS reorganization (which was commenced by the Truman administration in 1952), which attempted to decentralize and depoliticize the 1RS. ..."
5. Accountability Of The International Monetary Fund by Barry Carin, Angela Wood (2005)
"This should help depoliticize the issue of IMP operational accountability for specific operations and decisions. Second, formal procedures will help the ..."
6. Oil Monarchies: Domestic and Security Challenges in the Arab Gulf States by F. Gregory Gause (1994)
"Taken together, this trend demanding reform and increased political participation is compelling testimony that the rentier state does not “depoliticize” ..."
7. Hostage to Revolution: Gorbachev and Soviet Security Policy, 1985-1991 by Coit D. Blacker (1993)
"Attempts to depoliticize the armed forces, or to sever the link between the military and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, constituted the third ..."