destabilisation

[ UK /diːstˌe‍ɪbɪla‍ɪzˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the action of destabilizing; making something less stable (especially of a government or country or economy)
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How To Use destabilisation In A Sentence

  • Despite increased understanding of the nature of the disease in general, the factors that contribute to symptomatic destabilization are little studied and much remains conjectural.
  • Instead, it seems that it is causing a more complicated destabilisation - inflaming long-running local conflicts, and gradually corroding nation states.
  • Prime Minister Ahmed Abdou, in a radio address Thursday, blamed what he called deliberate "destabilization" on "elements opposed to the regime. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The polar icecaps are melting, desalinization of the oceans is occurring, the once great glaciers will be gone within our children's lifetime and their is great destabilization of 'typical' weather patterns for each season. Perry says Gore 'gone to hell'
  • In the political destabilization of American capitalism, accompanied by extreme economic dislocation, political events are intensifying the process of a serious economic downturn.
  • The difference this time, however, is that the talk is not of open war but of destabilisation.
  • 'decommunisation' of Eastern Europe for fear of greater destabilisation and stated that the West would "not do anything to risk the security of the Soviet Union". Labourhome
  • And the longer we stay there, I think the further destabilization will occur, ” adding, “We are locked into a bogged-down problem not unsimilar or dissimilar to where we were in Vietnam. ” Think Progress » WSJ: The ‘Real Problem’ Behind Middle East Violence Is The ‘U.S. Is So Bogged Down In Iraq’
  • The negotiations for a new dispensation in South Africa that began in 1990 effectively brought an end to South Africa's policy of regional destabilization.
  • Such a low pH value suggests that at higher pH the protonation of a carboxylate, forming a hydrogen bond, would break this interaction leading to a destabilization and a change in the heme pocket crucial to catalysis.
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