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How to use internationalism in a sentence
Such sentiment led to Vietnam and decades would pass before we saw those wounds heal and the resurgent internationalism that peaked with the Iraq invasion.The Last Person Who Believes in Western Intervention|Elliot Ackerman|February 21, 2022|Time
Yes, but the reason we have this backlash against globalisation and internationalism is because people feel like their national social contracts are not delivering.The Pandemic Laid Bare the World’s Inequities. A Top Economist on Why We Need a New Social Contract|Dan Stewart|August 12, 2021|Time
Here the ayatollahs’ internationalism seems untouched by Islamist ideology.
It was a compelling vision of American hegemony that joined nationalism and internationalism in the interests of global leadership.As The World Watches US Election, The Appeal Of America Is Diminished|LGBTQ-Editor|November 2, 2020|No Straight News
This penchant for medical internationalism goes back to the greatest icon of the revolution, Ernesto “Che” Guevara.
Since Rwanda, Rice embraced the tradition of liberal internationalism.Susan Rice Withdraws State Bid, Republicans Win One|Eli Lake|December 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This part of the speech was a success, a judicious mix of toughness and high-minded internationalism.
But when the day arrived, my internationalism and cosmopolitanism, a gradual and unconscious growth, suddenly disappeared.Paris Vistas|Helen Davenport Gibbons
What is the attitude of your organization relative to internationalism and national patriotism?The Everett massacre|Walker C. Smith
We have seen bitter scorn heaped on the few who have labored for internationalism in thought and feeling.
We have seen the attempt of labor at internationalism utterly break down under the pressure of patriotic motive.
Certainly a reaction is setting in, away from the old universality, back, away from cosmopolitanism and internationalism.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
British Dictionary definitions for internationalism
Cultural definitions for internationalism
The view that nations should cooperate in international organizations, such as the United Nations, to settle disputes.