On the Jewish side, the hawkishness
is based on a perception that despite their willingness to compromise and return territories, to a point they would not have considered before 1993, the Palestinians keep reverting to violence to seek more concessions.
These were dark years for antiwar conservatives, when Rudy Giuliani appeared likely to seize the GOP presidential nomination--in spite of his pro-choice stance--on the strength of his hawkishness
and 9/11-hero status alone.
The combined effect of Fed hawkishness
and Draghi remarks on 'downside risks' in Euroland hit the euro and lifted the dollar.
Their marriages, money, irresponsible hawkishness
, Islamophobia and willingness to say almost anything to court favour with their party's hardliners has resulted in a long-running embarrassment.
In early 2011, euro's outperformance continued because of the ECB hawkishness
Avoiding simple-minded hawkishness
on Israel is good politics.
With Americans having just had a Close Encounter of the Third Kind with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, it's no surprise that her relative hawkishness
is only widening her primary lead.
Harold Meyerson wrote in the Washington Post that McCain's continued hawkishness
, even if held sincerely, was flawed, writing that "integrity in the pursuit of fantasy is no virtue.
Coughlin's insightful descriptions of the sometimes contentious diplomatic relationship between the two leaders (Blair was always much more willing than Clinton use ground troops against Serbian forces) serve to remind the reader that Blair's hawkishness
is not simply a (relatively recent) result of wanting to please Bush.
Add spade-loads of hawkishness
and a few trowels of romantic rejection and you're on the way to festive chart immortality.
Said David Brown, chief European economist at Bears Stearns International: "These numbers probably pull the argument away from Mervyn King's implied hawkishness
against higher rates back to the doves camp and for the UK easing bias to stay intact,"