OTHER WORDS FROM interventionismin·ter·ven·tion·ist, noun, adjective
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Internationalism and military interventionism too often attend one another.The Last Person Who Believes in Western Intervention|Elliot Ackerman|February 21, 2022|Time
As historian Bruce Riedel suggests, this mission set out a pattern for interventionism that the United States would repeat again and again in the decades to come.Afghanistan’s collapse exposes the truth about U.S. military invasions in the region|Suzanne Enzerink|August 25, 2021|Washington Post
Among Republicans, this disappointment has translated into what looks like a renewed fondness for interventionism.
In recent Republican congressional primaries, the rank-and-file has voted “no” to reflexive interventionism.
They are upset about the interventionism and they fall along the lines of Ron Paul or Rand Paul.Prankster or Politician? Jay Stamper Says His S.C. Senate Bid Is Real|David Freedlander|October 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
At the New Republic, John Judis argues that the left has forgotten its history of interventionism in the name of justice.Skepticism About Syria Isn't A Left Or Right Problem|Ali Gharib|June 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Interventionism is inherently more about whole religious people.