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peaceful coexistence

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noun
competition without war, or a policy of peace between nations of widely differing political systems and ideologies, especially between Communist and non-Communist nations: peaceful coexistence between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
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Origin of peaceful coexistence

1915–20; often as translation of Russian mírnoe sosushchestvovánie
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