isolationistic


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of or relating to isolationism

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Each opposing Segment will use some combination of economic, conversion, regulatory, isolationistic, and violent actions to reduce the source of Variance in the Societal Values to a level that it deems acceptable.
Urban living tends to be more isolationistic and the lack of human contact with people of close proximity can encourage suspiciousness and paranoia that is both unwarranted and unjustified.
One of the issues that led scholars to speak about a 'defensive' and 'isolationistic' position of Brazil in international forums, was related to the Human Rights issue during the military regimes (1964-1986).
NGOs and the European Parliament also critiqued the ASPA isolationistic themes as harmful to U.S.
It backfired, provoking the sleeping American giant from isolationistic neutrality into an angry wrath without restraint, leading to the annihilating atomic bombing of Hiroshima on Aug.
It is argued that modem science and technology have studied the whole objective world, but in an isolationistic manner, resulting in separated disciplines.
"It had a tendency to be a little isolationistic," said one.