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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Others say Bush doesn't deserve rehabilitation after destabilizing the Middle East.
If, say, Israel struck nuclear facilities in Iran, that would still cause a chain reaction in which Tehran could deploy fighters throughout the region to destabilize it.
The invasion of Iraq was a bloody disaster that destabilized the country and facilitated the emergence of ISIS.
People have considered the prospect that warming could destabilize methane deposits in the oceans or release massive amounts of carbon from thawing permafrost.
The new draft contains no such statement and instead reiterates Trump’s frequent contention that the law has destabilized insurance marketplaces in many parts of the country.
Health insurers and other experts have been warning for months that eliminating the payments could destabilize the Obamacare marketplaces and cause some insurers to stop offering health plans.
This alone would be sure to destabilize insurance markets.
At the same time, authorities have long feared that a collapse of the regime in Pyongyang could destabilize China’s northeastern region and bring U.S. troops to the banks of the Yalu.
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