49 examples of Acquiesced in a sentence
The question should be asked does the race of the President require that no criticism be cast on his (or her)actions,that no honest and fair debate be held, or that all policies be
to just because of race.
Not only has economic reform come to a virtual standstill since he took office, but he has also
to all of Gandhi’s demands, legitimate or otherwise.
As a result, President Barack Obama
in an unbalanced debt-reduction strategy, with no tax increases – not even for the millionaires who have done so well during the past two decades, and not even by eliminating tax giveaways to oil companies, which undermine economic efficiency and contribute to environmental degradation.
Indeed, poor countries' development would arguably have been set back if they had
in some of the demands.
Westerners who think otherwise and have
in Russia’s actions in Ukraine do so for no other reason than their own greed, fear, or self-deception.
The British colonial administration finally acquiesced, creating a country out of Muslim-majority areas.
When he threatened retaliation for Israel’s defense relationship with Georgia under former President Mikheil Saakashvili, a Kremlin foe, Israel acquiesced, abandoning the provision of weapons systems and relevant training.
in this deviation, viewing the invasion of Iraq as part of the passing of dictatorship and the coming of democracy.
In exchange for the US assuming the responsibilities of system maintenance, serving as market of last resort, and accepting the international role of the dollar, its key economic partners, Western Europe and Japan,
in the special privileges enjoyed by the US – seigniorage gains, domestic macroeconomic-policy autonomy, and balance-of-payments flexibility.
Presidents have relentlessly usurped that power in recent decades, and Congress, unfortunately, has
While the people inside have often worried that newcomers would take away their jobs and subsidies, they usually
in the end.
From the sound of it, Tillerson may even have
to China’s oft-advocated great power framework for such cooperation.
In fact, before the crisis, Russia had
to the logic of global capitalism, recognizing the need to cooperate with multinational corporations to modernize and diversify an economy based on raw materials and energy production.
The Clinton administration
in the Taliban’s ascension to power in 1996 and turned a blind eye as that thuggish militia, in league with Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, fostered narcotics trafficking and swelled the ranks of Afghan war alumni waging transnational terrorism.
Sirisena, in need of more time to repay old loans, as well as fresh credit,
to a series of Chinese demands, restarting suspended initiatives, like the $1.4 billion Colombo Port City, and awarding China new projects.
Ireland acquiesced, its public debt ballooned, emigration returned, and the country remains bruised and despondent.
When China summoned India’s ambassador in Beijing to the foreign ministry at 2 a.m. for a dressing-down over the Tibetan protests in New Delhi, India meekly
in the insult.
Instead of deploying its forces in southern Lebanon, the weak government in Beirut
in Hezbollah’s determination to turn the area into a staging ground for attacks against Israel.
in the genocide, the international community has conveniently forgotten it, and no Pakistani official has ever been brought to justice.
Yet, no sooner had he been sworn in than he
in precisely the kind of political compromise to which he and the BJP – which won a parliamentary majority, and thus does not depend on coalition partners for its government’s survival – was supposed to be immune.
in the use of the constitution’s emergency provisions to bypass parliament and enact legislation in the form of decrees.
Obama’s breach of Europe’s intellectual insularity is all the more remarkable because even the International Monetary Fund has
in German-imposed orthodoxy.
In 2003, the United States and the European Union
to an accord that formally ended the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s civil war, which had claimed nearly four million lives, though the agreement lacked provisions to hold war criminals accountable.
True, Germany ultimately
in a deal that would provide, if needed, a combination of bilateral loans from eurozone members and IMF financing to prevent a Greek default.
when the government scapegoated the RBI for the project’s failure.
Then, in 2010, confronting a massive debt crisis, Greece
to its European creditors and adopted strict austerity, which exacerbated economic contraction.
Likewise, in dealing with the financial sector’s distress, Obama has
in the Bush-era policy of bailouts for banks without demanding anything of them in return – no nationalizations and no imposition of the second half of Walter Bagehot’s rule that aid be given to banks in a crisis only on the harsh terms of a “penalty rate.”
And, early last month, Mexico
to virtually all of Trump’s demands.
In many other cases, the Court has obligingly declined to hear challenges to government actions (including on habeas corpus petitions, the constitutionality of the Article 370 abrogation, and the detention of political leaders) or
in them (like the prolonged Internet cutoff in Kashmir) with scarcely a murmur.
They should bear in mind their experience in 2005, when they
to the US government’s desire to appoint the unsuitable Paul Wolfowitz as World Bank president, and then spent the next two years trying to get rid of him, eventually succeeding in 2007.