In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The state of almost permanent warfare within the establishment is destabilising every aspect of government.
- It is stupid to say that this is the work of parties, ideologies or subversive and destabilizing agents from Cuba and Venezuela.
- The rebellion was financed by US imperialism as part of its Cold War operations aimed at destabilising the Soviet Union.
- Undoubtedly the corruption scandal is being used by these forces to destabilise the government and whip it into line.
- The relationship has come to dominate British debates affecting domestic and foreign issues and has destabilized both Labour and Conservative parties.
- It was something like a planned experiment in how bribes might be used to destabilize a government considered unfriendly to the US.
- Political and sectarian violence destabilized the new state from the outset.
- This occurred at a time when the government was under destabilizing military and economic pressure.
- But they had no intention of promoting socialist revolutions, which would have destabilised the position of the bureaucracy in the Soviet Union.
- He said the motive of the killers was sinister and aimed at destabilising the country.
- It was aimed at destabilising the republic and preparing a coup, should the Communist Party come to power.
- But having started, they must now succeed in stabilising the euro without destabilising the dollar.
- These terrorist groups seek to destabilize entire nations and regions.
- It won't damage the country or destabilise the Middle East.
- Their leaders would be investigated for destabilising the economy and union members would be disciplined or sacked.
- We have a Presidency, an executive power, which cannot be destabilized by a parliamentary destabilization.
- Nothing destabilizes paramilitaries more than democracy and the people having choice.
- There are emergency powers to deal with destabilizing unrest.
- The government has accused labour unions of trying to destabilise the country, after they broke off negotiations on Friday.
- The soft underbelly of Europe, the Balkans, which is constantly being destabilized, is a great weakening of all of European civilization.
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