• WordNet 3.6
    • n dovishness any political orientation favoring compromise to avoid conflict
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In news:

The Dovish Editor At More-Than-Dovish Ha'aretz Praises Bibi Netanyahu, And Very Deservedly .
More From Olivier Blanchard, the IMF's Dovish Economist.
A dovish voice in Obama's ear.
Mr Peres opposes an Israeli preemptive strike on Iran, adding a dovish voice to deliberations between the US and Israel.
Paul draws support, scrutiny for dovish stance.
A closer look at the Fed's dovish dissenter.
The Dovish Editor At More-Than- Dovish Ha'aretz Praises Bibi Netanyahu, And Very Deservedly.
In Israel, Labor's move to join Netanyahu coalition draws dovish fire.
Poll shows Israel's Netanyahu romping in election despite entry of dovish party into race.
JERUSALEM – A new poll shows Israeli prime minister's hardline Likud Party handily winning the Jan 22 elections despite the entry of a dovish new party into the race.
The Fed Gets Aggressively Dovish.
How the Fed became dovish.
2013 rings in more dovish Fed and maybe some dissent .
The chart below, from Reuters, shows how members of the Federal Open Market Committee have become steadily more dovish over the course of this year.
The Fed Turns Aggressively Dovish With 'Evans Rule'.