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the newspaper's editorial board has clearly staked out a pacifist position on the current conflict
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Georgi’s father, Soslan, had helped found a pacifist religious sect in North Ossetia, a Russian province that borders Georgia.
Increases in military spending are controversial in Japan because of the country’s pacifist constitution, which was imposed by the U.S. after World War II, but is strongly supported by many Japanese.
Nagasaki’s archdiocese, along with 15 others in Japan, also opposes efforts by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to overhaul the country’s pacifist Constitution, imposed by the United States after the war.
Pacifist tendencies in western Europe coexist with views of power held in Moscow and Beijing that Bismarck or Clausewitz would recognize instantly.
To be a hockey fan — however pacifist — is to be complicit in paying people to risk their health and well-being for one’s personal enjoyment.
And even pacifist types like Henry David Thoreau supported him.
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