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Far from an isolationist who would say Americans should sit out wars because they’re messy, he is strikingly honest about foreign policy’s potential.'Major American Failure.’ A Political Scientist on Why the U.S. Lost in Afghanistan|Philip Elliott|August 18, 2021|Time
Despite Iran’s entreaties, the Americans, nestled between two great oceans and comfortable with their isolationist torpor, demurred.
The United States entered the war later that year after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, effectively ending the isolationist movement in this country.The strange, one-of-a-kind political campaign that almost landed Walter Johnson in Congress|Frederic J. Frommer|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
Paul, meanwhile, has taken to cyberbullying Rubio, tweeting on Friday that he is “acting like an isolationist.”
“With all due respect” because “isolationist,” Cheney knows, is a deeply politically damaging insult.
He is not a neo-isolationist or afraid to use lethal force abroad.
Establishment figures look a bit askance at the Kentucky senator because of his isolationist roots.
It really does encourage an isolationist view that negates the shared experience.
But gradually they came to accept Harry's isolationist ways as the norm—at least, for him.This Crowded Earth|Robert Bloch