Owing to the morbid estrangement which the nationality-craze has induced and still induces among the nations of Europe, owing also to the short-sighted and hasty-handed politicians, who with the help of this craze, are at present in power, and do not suspect to what extent the disintegrating policy they pursue must necessarily be only an interlude policy--owing to all this and much else that is altogether unmentionable at present, the most unmistakable signs that EUROPE WISHES TO BE ONE, are now overlooked, or arbitrarily and falsely misinterpreted.
Major privatizations are nearly complete, the banking sector is almost completely in foreign hands, and the government has helped facilitate a foreign investment boom with business friendly policies such as labor market liberalization and a 19% flat tax.
Philip's spirited foreign policy he was carrying on a war with France presently became a second source of trouble between himself and the Netherlandish noblemen and townsmen, because he had to come to them for supplies.
Scarcely a century ago the traditional policy of European statesand the rivalries of sovereigns were the principal factors thatshaped events.
In this respect the policy of the Pocket Manual is a mean between those of the House and Senate.
Furthermore, these policies were a perfectly natural expression of Mr. Roosevelt's personality.
Take a practical example: Salesmen have declared to us that life insurance policies are the most difficult of all specialties to sell.
They feel that he is arriving at knowledge faster than they wish, and their policy of precedents is the barometer of their fears.
Polity is the permanent system of government of a state, a church, or a society; policy is the method of management with reference to the attainment of certain ends; the national polity of the United States is republican; each administration has a policy of its own.
Foreign policy is the natural employment of courts and monarchies.