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Non-interventionism is opposition to interventionism, which in international relations may refer to a country coercively interfering with another country’s attitudes, policies, and behaviour, including by military intervention.

Those supporting the coercive interference in other countries may claim that it is done out of humanitarianism and label it as a "humanitarian intervention".

See also

  • Isolationism - Sometimes used as a more negative label for non-interventionism by supporters of coercive interventionism.

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