What is NEUTRAL?

In international law. Indifferent; impartial; uot engaged on either side; not taking an active part with either of the contending states. In an international war, the principal hostile powers are called “belligerents;” those actively co-operating with and assisting them, their “allies;” and those taking no part whatever, “neutrals.”

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