Definition of Destabilisation

1. Noun. The action of destabilizing; making something less stable (especially of a government or country or economy).

Exact synonyms: Destabilization
Generic synonyms: Action
Category relationships: Administration, Governance, Governing, Government, Government Activity
Derivative terms: Destabilise, Destabilise, Destabilize, Destabilize
Antonyms: Stabilisation, Stabilization



Definition of Destabilisation

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of destabilization) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Destabilisation

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. From Civil Strife to Civil Society: Civil and Military Responsibilities in by William Maley, Charles J. G. Sampford, Ramesh Chandra Thakur (2003)
"One risk to international peace and security is that refugees from the disrupted state will cause destabilisation in neighbouring states receiving those ..."

2. Denmark (2006)
"... rather than discretionary policy and thereby serves to dampen shocks hitting the economy rather than being a source of destabilisation itself. ..."

3. Conflict and Growth in Africa by Jean-Paul Azam, Christian Morrisson, Sophie Chauvin, Sandrine Rospabé (1999)
"Finally, this permanent state of unrest from 1988 to the present creates a serious risk of destabilisation. Although a strike in the educational system does ..."

4. Career Guidance and Public Policy: Bridging the Gap by Richard Sweet (2004)
"Denmark argued that it can help to reduce the effects of labour market destabilisation. Austria. Denmark. Finland. Germany. Korea and Spain indicated that ..."

5. Key Issues for Transport Beyond 2000: Introductory Reports and Summary of by Ecmt (2002)
"The recent destabilisation of the Balkans, has made the need for the exploitation of Thessaloniki's special geopolitical position and its linkage with the ..."

6. State of the Nation: South Africa 2007 by S Buhlungu (2007)
"... and largely inaccessible regions of the different countries, so the potential for these facilities to become the target of destabilisation is huge. ..."

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