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policy / CL: 個|个
strategic decision / decision-making / policy decision / to determine policy
countermeasure for dealing with a situation
to spur on / to urge on / to encourage sb (e.g. to make progress)
privacy policy
  *策* | 策* | *策
surname Ce
  *策* | 策* | *策
policy / plan / scheme / bamboo slip for writing (old) / to whip (a horse) / to encourage / riding crop with sharp spines (old) / essay written for the imperial examinations (old) / upward horizontal stroke in calligraphy
"Strategies of the Warring States", chronicle of the Warring States Period (475-220 BC), possibly written by Su Qin 蘇秦|苏秦
one China policy
foreign policy
a national policy
state policy
welfare policy
Sun Ce (175-200), general and major warlord of the Later Han Dynasty
The higher ups have policies while the lower downs have their own ways of getting around them. (idiom)
foreign policy
income policy
to offer advice / to make a suggestion
to put forward plans and ideas (also derogatory) / to give advice (idiom)
to urge (sb to do do sth) / to drive (sb to take an action)
  *筴* | 筴* | *筴
variant of
  *筞* | 筞* | *筞
variant of
one-child policy
to blunder / to miscalculate / miscalculation / unwise (move)
wise policy / best policy
Of the Thirty-Six Stratagems, fleeing is best. / see also 三十六計|三十六计
good plan / good idea
ostrich policy (sticking one's head in the sand, failing to acknowledge danger)
local policy / regional regulations
the best policy / the best thing one can do in the circumstances
strategy / policy / general plan / variant of 方冊|方册
policy of nuclear intimidation
good-neighbor policy
laissez-faire policy / non-interference
closed-door policy
Three Alls Policy (kill all, burn all, loot all), Japanese policy in China during WWII
Treatise 134 BC by Han dynasty philosopher Dong Zhongshu 董仲舒
lit. to have one's hands bound and be unable to do anything about it (idiom); fig. helpless in the face of a crisis
Honinbo Shusaku (1829-1862), Japanese Go player
stratagem of convenience (idiom); stop-gap measure / makeshift plan / interim step

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