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Antonyms for continental

being or concerning or limited to a continent especially the continents of North America or Europe

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Miriam Smith, "The Canadian Labour Congress: From Continentalism to Economic Nationalism," Studies in Political Economy 38, 1 (1992): 35,42.
The latter extends the domain of American arrogance to an inherent manipulative Continentalism and wonders at any doubt about the rationality of having a trans-continental identity.
Prah, Africanism or continentalism, mobilizing Africans for renaissance and unity, selected documents of the 8th Pan-African Congress, CASAS, Cape Town, South Africa, 2014
Market forces are critical to understanding this growing continentalism, but they are indeterminate, and only tell part of the story about how Eurasia is being transformed.
They were the vanguard in the struggle against American continentalism.
Lawrence, the thesis disputes the continentalism fashionable at the time by tracing Canada's development along the path of the St.
Reluctant Cosmopolitans: The Impact of Continentalism, Multiculturalism, and Globalization on Jewish Identity in Canada.
For Nkrumah (1909-1972), the champion of Continentalism, the constituency was, as in the Organization of African Unity, the inhabitants of the African continent, Arabs and Negroes together, but without the Black Diaspora.
A yet greater irony was that the Liberals, whom George Grant cast as the arch-villains of continentalism, would emerge in 1988 as the political opponents of continental free trade, now championed by a Conservative Party that had become fully committed to a free-market liberalism antithetical to Grant's worldview.
For continentalism, Defence 2000: Our Future Defence Force, chapter 6.
In the era of the Louisiana Purchase, John Quincy Adams's theory of continentalism seems a more apt fit--though even this theory was predicated on a perception of American power not yet prevalent before the War of 1812.
Beard called for an American continentalism content with hemispheric self-sufficiency, while Williams counseled for the rejection of a militaristic "weltanschauung" that sought "to establish and maintain the American Way as the global status quo.
Clarkson deals well with the impact of 9/11, displaying that it too did not bring in its train a greater degree of continentalism, as some thought at first it would.
For this reason, some social analysts advocate for new forms of regional analysis; in some cases they speak of continentalism as an instance that would allow us to focus on a mediating category of analysis between the local and the international, or as a form, according to others, of post-nationalism that would allow us to reach, in a study of the national, dispersed and expatriated communities, transnational movements, and cross-cultural social and political agendas.
The Myth of the North American City: Continentalism Challenged.