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That began to change after nonaligned India tested its first nuclear weapon in 1974.
Many of the countries known as the G77, a group of nonaligned nations that actually has 134 members, often vote opposite the United States.
What remains of the nonaligned bloc is more nostalgic whimsy than an influential group of nations.
In the sometimes divisive years of second-wave feminism, Atwood reserved the right to remain nonaligned.
The resolution seeking an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice was strongly backed by African and nonaligned nations, winning approval on a vote of 94-15 with 65 abstentions.
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NONALIGNED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nonaligned for English Language Learners
: not having made an official agreement to receive support from and give support to one extremely powerful country (such as the U.S. or the U.S.S.R.) rather than another
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