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the socialist camp in a sentence

1. [...] Anarchism finds itself largely in the socialist camp, but it also has outriders in liberalism.

2. Hungarians resented the end of the reformation, and the Soviets wanted to avoid a similar crisis from occurring again anywhere in the socialist camp.

3. Brezhnev realized the need for a shift from Nikita Khrushchev's idea of "different paths to socialism" towards one that fostered a more unified vision throughout the socialist camp.

4. For the two decades preceding the Republic of the Congo's 1991 National Conference, the country was firmly in the socialist camp, allied principally with the Soviet Union and other Eastern bloc nations.

5. [...] Anarchism finds itself largely in the socialist camp, but it also has outriders in liberalism.

6. For Pierson, "if advocates of the death of socialism accept that social democrats belong within the socialist camp, as I think they must, then the contrast between socialism (in all its variants) and liberal democracy must collapse.

7. Unlike many of his contemporaries who later joined the Socialist camp, liberalism and democracy had been Hu's political beliefs throughout his life.

8. Though the trend of anti-personality cult was prevalent in the socialist camp after 1953, Shen argues that Mao only opposed the public use of Mao Zedong Thought, but not saw it as a problem itself.

9. [...] Anarchism finds itself largely in the socialist camp, but it also has outriders in liberalism.

10. [...] Anarchism finds itself largely in the socialist camp, but it also has outriders in liberalism.

11. It started quickly, making a dead letter of the 1950 alliance between Moscow and Beijing, destroying the socialist camp unity, and affected the world balance of power.

12. The split quickly made a dead letter of the 1950 alliance between Moscow and Beijing, destroyed the socialist camp's unity, and affected the world balance of power.

13. These measures earned Hungary the moniker of the "merriest barrack in the socialist camp" during the 1960s and 1970s.

14. Fedai Guerrillas initially criticized the Soviet Union and the Tudeh Party as well, however they later abandoned the stance as a result of cooperation with the socialist camp.

15. the literature of the “socialist camp”; and the development of a transculturally shared canon of political keywords and images.

16. The expansion of Leftist Socialist Party of Japan and the soon formation of the leftists and rightists in the socialist camp into JSP became a more substantial threat for the conservatives.

17. the government's suspicion of the socialist camp resulted in the expulsion of many România Muncitoare contributors, Rakovsky among them;

18. On August 2, Iraqi Foreign Minister Abdul Karim Sheikhli announced that Iraq would seek close ties "with the socialist camp, particularly the Soviet Union and the Chinese People's Republic."

19. On August 2, Iraqi Foreign Minister Abdul Karim Sheikhli announced that Iraq would seek close ties "with the socialist camp, particularly the Soviet Union and the Chinese People's Republic."

20. There were splits in the socialist camp however.

21. Invasion of "a member country of the Socialist camp" would enlarge the war, which Giap said would cause the "U. S. imperialists...incalculable serious consequences."

22. From the mid-1920s, there was a rising sentiment within the socialist camp regarding the need for a comprehensive umbrella organization.

23. On 2 August 1968, Iraqi Foreign Minister Abdul Karim Sheikhli stated that Iraq would seek close ties "with the socialist camp, particularly the Soviet Union and the Chinese People's Republic."

24. Arguing against some anarcho-capitalist theorists and scholars who see individualist anarchism as pro-capitalist, anarchists and scholars have put it in the socialist camp, meaning anti-statist and libertarian socialism.

25. Murray Bookchin, a prominent social anarchist, has held different views regarding Proudhon and mutualism, ranging from describing Proudhon as an "artisanal socialist" to excluding him from the socialist camp.

26. Three days after the invasion, John Gollan said "we completely understand the concern of the Soviet Union about the security of the socialist camp ... we speak as true friends of the Soviet Union".

27. At the 6th Congress, Kim Il-sung attached more importance to relations with Third World countries than to unity in the socialist camp.

28. Secondly, foreign threats continue to loom over the socialist camp, and its sovereignty requires an alliance for defence.

29. Through his organization, a meeting of twelve persons was held on August 14, which discussed the possibility of establishing a conservative-bourgeois party as a counterweight to the "socialist camp".

30. His task at that time was to bring true information to the Free World about the persecution of the religion and the Church of the USSR and its Satellite States from the socialist camp.