from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to isolationism or an advocate thereof.
- n. One who advocates or supports isolationism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A proponent or supporter of isolationism; one who is isolationistic.
- adj. of or pertaining to isolationism.
- adj. Favoring or supporting isolationism; -- of people.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who believes that a new race or variety cannot become fixed or established through natural selection unless its representative individuals are locally or topographically separated or segregated from the remainder of the species.
- n. In recent United States politics, an advocate of the policy of non-interference or non-participation in international affairs.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an advocate of isolationism in international affairs
- adj. of or relating to isolationism
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This gave rise to what has been called the "isolationist" - strand in the Republican Party, although the term "isolation" - is not by itself proper.
There are those, apparently including Brooks, who will now try to convince the American public that the only alternative to Bushian extremism is left-wing extremism--which will be described as isolationist, protectionist and militantly secularist.
BLITZER: In your speech, you're very critical of Governor Bush's international policy, but you don't really believe he is part of that so-called isolationist wing of the Republican Party as you look at his remarks and you look at the advisers that have surrounded him?
Are you part of that so-called isolationist wing of the Republican Party?
It demonstrates a resolve to avoid the temptation of short-term isolationist reflexes, and instead focus on investing in the future by ensuring that opening trade remains top of the political agenda, "Lamy said.
Ignatius says that maybe the GOP is trying to be "isolationist" and pull back to the states, disentangling themselves from Washington.
If we spent half the time and money on our own problems, we would be far better off!. .yes, call me an "isolationist" the more the better!!!
So, labeling Davis an "isolationist" is ridiculous in my view and he is idea for working America and for a change of economic/trade strategy.
At the risk of promoting a kind of isolationist infrastructural nationalism, I'd say that urban design and engineering is a sadly under-appreciated – yet incredibly exciting – way to serve your country.
In what way do you say 'isolationist'? by Watching on Sunday, Feb 3, 2008 at 11: 52: 14 AM