Erdogan, speaking at a UN conference in Vienna on March 1, called Zionism, the historic Jewish movement for national self-determination, a "crime against humanity.
What does NSD stand for?
NSD stands for National Self-Determination
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- Naperville School District (Illinois)
- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Standard Detonator (space device)
- Nassi-Shneiderman Diagram
- National Sales Director
- National Sales Division
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- National Scrapbooking Day
- National Security Directives
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- National Security Division (US FBI)
- National Service Days
- National Service Directory (various locations)
- National Sex Day
- National Signal Databases
- National Signing Day (college football)
- National Software Development (Finland)
- National Sports Development (various locations)
- National Surveillance of Dialysis-Associated Diseases in US.
- National Symposium for Debate (Warren, OH)
- Natural Spoken Dialog
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 JC311 This study brings clear-headed analysis to the thorny problems associated with national self-determination.
National self-determination and sovereignty of the nation should be held sacred and nonnegotiable principles upon which the Kurdish national unity can be established.
This is an issue which I think most of my Left-liberal friends simply seem unable to confront forthrightly: ethnic and religious cleansing are often the consequences of populist national self-determination.
He also expressed satisfaction with the fact that the Tunisian people finally achieved national self-determination and held elections successfully.
Palestinians are denied their right to national self-determination.
We cannot simultaneously pursue democracy, national self-determination and economic globalisation.
Human Rights Watch condemned the "Law for the Defense of Political Sovereignty and National Self-determination," saying it not only blocks funding for human rights activists but also "severely limits their ability to foster public dialogue with foreign experts who are critical of Chavez's policies.