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The most crucial lesson we see is the need to counteract nuclear nationalism and isolationism.10 years after Fukushima, outdated nuclear power plants are still the norm|By Kurokawa & Meshkati/The Conversation|March 11, 2021|Popular-Science
Yet American minimalism, isolationism, realism, mind-our-own-business-ism—whatever you want to call it—is cyclical.
So how does he end up with the leader of American isolationism?Is Rand Paul a Secret Hawk? Or Maybe Not a Total Dove?|James Kirchick|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Cheney tacitly bashed Paul last month, saying an “increasing strain of isolationism” is taking over their party.Will Rand Paul’s Unorthodox Foreign Policy Fit in the GOP?|Kristen Soltis Anderson|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Thankfully, not all governments indulged this brand of human rights isolationism when Mandela was jailed on Robben Island.Nelson Mandela Was Undeniably Great But He Doesn’t Need a Halo|Michael Moynihan|December 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Palestine Partition plan failed because it took ethnic isolationism as a value and subordinated justice to it.
After all, there was precedent for such isolationism—did the sainted Betty Crocker ever enlist in any crusades?This Crowded Earth|Robert Bloch
Again, our propagandists have to understand isolationism, an historic American tradition in one sense, a falsehood in another.Proclaim Liberty!|Gilbert Seldes
This is a fact: Strength in the pursuit of peace is no vice; isolationism in the pursuit of security is no virtue.
Isolationism would not only tie our hands in fighting enemies, it would keep us from helping our friends in desperate need.
To which extent do they reflect pragmatic reintegration in the global economy or safe isolationism?The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
British Dictionary definitions for isolationism
Derived forms of isolationismisolationist, noun, adjective
Cultural definitions for isolationism
The doctrine that a nation should stay out of the disputes and affairs of other nations. The United States practiced a policy of isolationism until World War I and did not pursue an active international policy until after World War II. (See “entangling alliances with none.”)