isolationist


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Synonyms for isolationist

an advocate of isolationism in international affairs

of or relating to isolationism

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As such, does he rebuke and keep reminding her of how divisive and dangerous, regressive and isolationist her Danish nationalism ideology is and has been?
'What the President is saying, and which I've been saying too, is that critics want to pursue an aggressive, isolationist policy that is very dangerous in these times,' presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said.
In ringing the alarm bells, Enrile said that the US, under President Donald Trump, was pushing for funding for its border wall, and was adopting a more isolationist position that could affect not only the Philippines but the whole world.
"Institutions need to be independent, they need to have functional autonomy but institutions don't have to be isolationist," Jaitely said, speaking at an event organised by Republic channel.
America's role as the leader of the free, liberal world has also been discredited by its recent isolationist policies.
Seventy years later, it's easy to forget how divided America was in the prewar period, a time when isolationists had no difficulty packing large auditoriums with vocal supporters and filling streets with antiwar protesters.
Friday's strikes won't satisfy the American isolationists who think the U.S.
During the 1930s, the isolationist Vandenberg was determined to keep the United States out of another world war, but the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor caused him to rethink his position.
The anti-establishment rage created by the Iraq War only reinforced the populist isolationist movements that have prospered in the US and across Europe.
Whether Trump and his aides had cultivated an isolationist strategy or were just appealing to the populist base that helped carry the unlikely candidate to the White House is difficult to ascertain.
Your assessment is correct that Trump might be simply indulging in rhetorical threats that appeal to his isolationist political base at home or to justify American tax payers' money squandered in aimless adventures in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Bill Richardson (D) argued that former President Barack Obama was a "good foreign policy president," while knocking President Trump for being an "isolationist" and a "nationalist."
His comments during campaign rallies suggested that the United States would embrace isolationist policies - perhaps with the exception of Russia.
To make his case against the "Isolationist Temptation," Haass creates a caricature, a cartoon, of America First patriots, then thunders that we cannot become "a giant gated community."