pro-American


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Antonyms for pro-American

supporting the United States and its policies

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In other words, Constantino's Marxist analysis of Rizal leads to the same conclusion as Retana's pro-Spanish and Pardo de Tavera's pro-American interpretation.
Nawaz and Khan both repeatedly said that the PML-N was pro-American," stated the cable, whose subject was "The best thing that could happen in Pakistan".
Bob Bryan - who gave up playing singles seriously a couple years ago - won the final match over Croatian backup Roko Karanusic 6-2, 3-6, 6-1 after most of the 6,584 pro-American crowd emptied out of Home Depot Center.
Little takes an intriguing look at how numerous administrations sought to pursue this goal through a strong dose of Yankee hopefulness, which was much needed since pro-American Arab leaders were often splendid thugs.
Elsewhere, the pro-American mayor of the Sunni Triangle city of Hadithah was shot and killed in escalating violence in Iraq that also took the life of an American soldier and an Iraqi child.
plan to democratize the Middle East is really an attempt to construct a pro-American, pro-Israeli order.
And since the United States has over the past decade welcomed some Uighurs and other refugees from China, the Uighurs have become among the world's most pro-American Muslims.
And his policies helped to install the Communist Sandinistas in Nicaragua and to overthrow the pro-American Shah of Iran.
The Palestinian struggle is a symbolic cause for all Arabs, from the pro-American King of Jordan to Osama bin Laden.
That's why the theme "a more perfect union" for me is so central to all of our efforts--because this must be seen as pro-American activity.
Paul is the candidate of the Tea Parties and is working hard to bring his pro-American message to Washington to fight for Kentucky values.
Alas, since last October's parliamentary elections, the struggle between the United National Movement and the Georgian Dream government has influenced foreign policy issues, especially in Western capitals, where the new government has been labeled as pro-Russian or in the new terminology "not pro-American," seriously damaging the image of the country.
KARACHI, September 12, 2011 (Frontier Star): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)'s leader of the opposition in National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan assured the US in 2008 that he and his party were pro-American, according to a US embassy cable released by WikiLeaks.
Referring to the public wrath against the pro-American rulers across the globe, he said that US should halt meddling into the affairs of the Muslim countries.
Interestingly, a similar fear pervades much of that small part of the Islamic world that could be categorized as pro-American.