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The Kurds, who have long dreamed of their own state, voted overwhelmingly on Sept. 25 in favor of independence from the rest of Iraq despite strong warnings from Baghdad and international allies not to go ahead with the nonbinding referendum.
The nonbinding resolution was approved 191-2, with Israel joining the U.S.
In 2009, 20 academics, legal scholars, and security experts were convened to write the Tallinn Manual, a nonbinding document that examines how parties to a digital conflict are legally allowed to behave.
The General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to condemn the embargo, but reflecting the Trump administration’s new harder line on Cuba, the United States voted once again to reject the nonbinding resolution.
The military offensive comes three weeks after the Kurds voted overwhelmingly in favor of statehood on Sept. 25 in a nonbinding referendum.
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Instead, the nonbinding budget's chief purpose is to set the stage for a tax overhaul plan that is the party's top political priority as well as a longtime policy dream of key leaders like Speaker Paul Ryan.
And last weekend, two deep-pocketed northern Italian regions that are home to each Milan and Venice, passed nonbinding referenda for greater autonomy.
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- a nonbinding referendum
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