[ trans-nash-uh-nl-iz-uhm, -nash-nl-, tranz- ]
/ trænsˈnæʃ ə nlˌɪz əm, -ˈnæʃ nl-, trænz- /
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the policy or practice of engagement with other countries or their people in a way that rejects or goes beyond purely national interests:Cooperation between states and the sharing of responsibilities over watercourses is now driving a new transnationalism.
the fact of having more than one national identity or ethnic culture as a result of movement between countries:Migrant transnationalism creates overlapping memberships between communities that are territorially separated.
the use, in the arts, of forms, themes, styles, etc., that combine features of different national or ethnic cultures:Through a process that led to the idea of transnationalism in music, Punjabi music in England was made up of elements from both Punjabi folk music and British popular music.
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Origin of transnationalism
Words nearby transnationalism
transmontane, transmundane, transmutation, transmute, transnational, transnationalism, trans-Neptunian object, Transnet, Trans-New Guinea phylum, transoceanic, transom
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In his 1500-page manifesto, he laid out plans for theft or unauthorized access to nuclear weapons and the procurement of nuclear materials through transnational smuggling networks.It’s time to take domestic nuclear terrorism seriously|Jayita Sarkar|January 27, 2021|Washington Post