Examples of destabilize in a Sentence
The group hoped the assassination of the new President would destabilize the government.
Economists warn that the crisis could destabilize the nation's currency.
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For all the Jabari barking and jokes made at Freeman’s expense as a colonizer, none of it makes up for the fact that a C.I.A. agent who casually speaks about destabilizing governments in an African monarch’s house doesn’t get punched in the face.
This may change in the second year, as the Trump administration appears poised to make a shift from a Middle East approach whose top priority was the defeat of the Islamic State to one focused on addressing Iran’s destabilizing policies.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov commented on Monday, that the united states and it’s allies are destabilizing the world.
Just as was the case three months ago, observers across the political spectrum agree that Iran is supporting extremist groups and destabilizing U.S. allies across the Middle East, from Yemen to Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine.
Remittances from Salvadoran citizens abroad, most in the U.S., account for about 17% of El Salvador’s economy; removing that will further destabilize an already shaky economy and government.
The Middle East is totally destabilized, a total and complete mess.
Louise Linton gets more flak for posting an expensive outfit on Instagram than her husband Steve Mnuchin gets for making comments that actually destabilize the market.
The frictions have destabilized a pillar of Israel’s gas export strategy.
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