different sides of the same coin

different sides of the same coin

Two things that seem disparate but are actually related. I've always felt that environmentalism and human rights are different sides of the same coin.
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Iran's support for militants in Syria and Iraq, its backing for the Houthi militias in Yemen, its fomenting of sectarian tension in Bahrain and Kuwait, are all different sides of the same coin.
Devolution, non-discrimination and protection of the marginalised, patriotism, national unity, the rule of law, democracy, human dignity, free expression and access to information, equity, social justice, inclusiveness, equality, human rights, good governance, integrity, transparency and accountability are different sides of the same coin.
They are the different sides of the same coin - with the Queen's head on it of course.
The ministers exchanged views on climate change adaptation reinforcing the view that adaptation and mitigation are intrinsically linked and that they are different sides of the same coin.
Ethics and compliance are the different sides of the same coin, and the distinction between both terms are often overlooked and considered insignificant by companies.
But in reality, I see all of my activities as different sides of the same coin of entertaining people, and bringing music to people's lives.
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Labor and civil rights groups have a long history of finding common cause, but the Fair Shot Coalition sees its members' interests as different sides of the same coin.
Organisations that continue to organisationally and conceptually isolate the two will fall behind competitors that treat IT and business as merely different sides of the same coin.
They are just different sides of the same coin, feeding off each others' bitterness and prejudice.
They are different sides of the same coin," said BJP leader Balbir Punj in New Delhi.
Two different sides of the same coin don't have to be foreign in understanding one another.
Rushing talks about being confronted by the human cost of war, and is genuinely taken aback when seeing different sides of the same coin.
He sees the two crafts as different sides of the same coin.
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