Allies definition

Allies means any nation with which the United States is engaged in a common military effort or with which the United States has entered into a common defensive military alli- ance.

Examples of Allies in a sentence

International Symposium on Ferns and Fern Allies: Diversity, Bioprospection and Conservation (10-12 November, 2010).

See also Associated Press, “US: Will Stand by Allies in Disputes with China,”, April 3, 2014.

Treatment, services and supplies for any INJURY or ILLNESS as the result of war, declared or undeclared, enemy action or action of Armed Forces of the United States, or any state of the United States, or its Allies, or while serving in the Armed Forces of any country.

Section 3.3 critiques the assertion that the power of the IMT and IMTFE originated from the pre- existing right of the Allies to exercise universal jurisdiction under international law.

The term ‘international crimes’ was used by the Allies to describe the violence committed during the Second World War, George Manner, ‘The Legal Nature and Punishment of Criminal Acts of Violence Contrary to the Laws of War’ (1943) 37 American Journal of International Law 407, 407.

MK Hassett, Anglican Communion in Crisis: How Episcopal Dissidents and Their African Allies Are Reshaping Anglicanism (Princeton UP, 2007).

Cooper and J.D. Williams, “The Earliest Deployment Option—Sea-Based Defenses,” Inside Missile Defense, September 6, 2000 (guest perspective; including graphic on page 21); Robert Holzer, “DoD Weighs Navy Interceptor Options, Defense News, July 24, 2000: 1, 60 (graphic on page 1); and Robert Holzer, “U.S. Navy Gathers Strength, Allies in NMD Showdown,” Defense News, March 15, 1999: 1, 42 (graphic on page 1).

See, for example, the Joint Statement of the United States-Philippines Ministerial Dialogue of April 30, 2012, available at, which states in part that “the United States and the Republic of the Philippines reaffirm our shared obligations under the Mutual Defense Treaty, which remains the foundation of the U.S.-Philippines security relationship.” See also Associated Press, “US: Will Stand by Allies in Disputes with China,”, April 3, 2014.

Glenn Kessler and Dafna Linzer, “Nuclear Evidence Could Point to Pakistan,” Washington Post, February 3, 2005; Dafna Linzer, “U.S. Misled Allies About Nuclear Export,” Washington Post, March 20, 2005.

Establishing Lines of Communication with the Opposition's Traditional Allies Section 9.

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