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nonaligned state
(Askeri) BLOKLAR DIŞI DEVLET: Bloklar dışında bir politika takip eden bir devlet
(Askeri) BLOKLAR DIŞI POLİTİKA: Başka devletler veya bloklar tarafından benimsenmiş ideolojilere ve bu ideolojilerin takip ettiği dış politikaya ortak olmak veya böyle görünmek istemediğini ilan eden bir devletin politik davranışı. Böyle bir davranış; o devletin diğerlerine yakınlık göstermesine mani değildir. Fakat bir durum ortaya çıkmadan, belirli bir devlet (blok) veya politikaya katılmama yolundaki tutumunu ifade eder
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Not allied with any particular nation, or to any side in a dispute; neutral or impartial
{s} misaligned, not adjusted
not affiliated with any faction, party, or cause
nonaligned movement
In international politics, the group of states sharing the peacetime policy of avoiding political or economic affiliations with major power blocs. At its beginning the nonaligned movement consisted primarily of Asian and African states that were once colonies of the Western powers and were wary of being drawn into a new form of dependence by the West or by the communist bloc. Founded by Jawaharlal Nehru, Gamal Abdel Nasser, and others, the movement held its first official meeting in 1961 in Bandung, Indon.; 25 countries attended. Meetings have since been held on a three-year schedule. While the Soviet Union existed, the movement tended to seek development assistance from both the U.S. and the Soviet Union but to refrain from forming political or military alliances with either country. Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, the nonaligned movement has been chiefly concerned with debt forgiveness and with development of fairer trade relationships with the West. By the early 21st century the movement had more than 110 members
The condition of being nonaligned
people (or countries) who are not aligned with other people (or countries) in a pact or treaty
{i} state of not being allied with a world power