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non-intervention in Government topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnon-interventionˌnon-interˈvention noun [uncountable]  PPPPGthe practice by a government of not getting involved in the affairs of other countries The British government may have to abandon its policy of non-intervention.non-interventionist adjective a non-interventionist policy
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non-interventionBy the end of August, non-intervention was officially a reality.As with contemporary campaigns around the criminal law, the state opted for a neutral course of non-intervention.a policy of non-interventionWhile Ionia was slowly beaten down, the question of intervention or non-intervention kept Athens painfully divided.