political rapprochement

political rapprochement
политическое сближение

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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  • rapprochement — [[t]ræprɒ̱ʃmɒn, AM pro͟ʊʃ [/t]] N SING: also no det, oft N with/between n A rapprochement is an increase in friendliness between two countries, groups, or people, especially after a period of unfriendliness. [FORMAL] There have been growing signs …   English dictionary

  • Rapprochement — Wiktionary|rapprochementIn international relations a rapprochement, which comes from the French word rapprocher ( to bring together ), is a re establishment of cordial relations, as between two countries. In the political scene of an individual… …   Wikipedia

  • POLITICAL LIFE AND PARTIES — Introduction It was largely due to the existence of the pre state political parties, which had conducted intensive political activities for almost half a century within the framework of the yishuv , under the British Mandate for Palestine, that… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • rapprochement —    (rah prosh MANH) [French] The act of bringing together; often used to describe the reestablishment of cordial relations between nations, political groups, individuals, etc., that have been divided by ideological conflict.    Mao’s wife . . .… …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • The Great Rapprochement — The Great Rapprochement, a term usually attributed to Bradford Perkins, is used to describe the convergence of social and political objectives, between the United States and the British Empire, in the two decades before World War I. Mixed… …   Wikipedia

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  • HISTORICAL BACKGROUND — The origin of the Kurds is uncertain, although some scholars believe them to be the descendants of various Indo European tribes, which settled in the area as long as 4,000 years ago. The Kurds themselves claim to be the descendants of the Medes… …   Historical Dictionary of the Kurds

  • Dimitrios Droutsas — Dimitrios P. Droutsas Δημήτριος Π. Δρούτσας Member of the European Parliament Incumbent Assumed office June 22, 2011 …   Wikipedia

  • SADAT, MUHAMMAD ANWAR AL- — (1918–1981), president of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Oct. 1970–Oct. 1981. Sadat was born to poor parents in the Egyptian village of Mit Abu Kom. He joined the army and during World War II was active in an anti British underground group (and was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Turkey —    Slightly more than half of the Kurds in the entire world live in Turkey, where, depending on how one counts them, they make up some 12 15 million people, or as much as 18 23 percent of the total population.    There were three great Kurdish… …   Historical Dictionary of the Kurds

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