Examples of militarize in a Sentence
militarize a country's foreign policy
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More importantly, militarizing our schools should not be the answer to addressing public safety concerns.
Critics said the law militarized the southern border and fragmented habitats, while migrants skirted the fence by using more dangerous desert routes or by breaching, tunneling under or scaling the barriers.
Right-wing lawmakers fear the establishment of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip could let anti-Israel groups militarize.
Outsource, militarize right across the board, so that a neoliberal is somebody who is obsessed with markets.
But critics say militarizing the police does more harm than good, sometimes encouraging police overreaction or making law enforcement seem more like an occupying army than a community protection force.
To hear civil libertarians tell it, Montana’s recent push to de-militarize the police has its roots in the Bozeman BearCat incident of 2014.
But Xi also moved to counter accusations of expansionism, which especially dog Beijing's activity in the South China Sea, where his navy has been reclaiming and militarizing disputed rocks and reefs.
And Beijing’s assertiveness in laying claim to, building up, and then militarizing a string of reefs and shoals in the South China Sea has illustrated its view of the region as rightfully a Chinese domain.
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