Examples of internationalism in a Sentence
a proponent of economic internationalism
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The crusade was taken up by House Beautiful and other influential design magazines eager to promote a homegrown modern architectural style over the dominant internationalism of Europeans like Mies van der Rohe and Walter Gropius.
The very fact that McMaster chose to unveil the strategy at a joint event with his U.K. counterpart, Mark Sedwill, symbolizes his own commitment to internationalism.
And that makes them members of a fast-growing new fraternity of global actors, all nervously trying to figure out whether Trump is in earnest in shutting the door on American internationalism.
Whether Clinton’s version of liberal internationalism could be sustained in a lasting ground war was never tested.
Yet liberal internationalism is now under attack from many sides.
That’s not the liberal internationalism that Obama espoused.
The former real estate magnate and reality star effectively drew a line under 70 years of US leadership that has generally, though not exclusively, sought to rally the world behind a common vision of internationalism.
CNN reported Trump's stances put the U.S. at odds with the other 19 nations -- but many of Trump's supporters disapprove of globalism and internationalism in general, and wholeheartedly support America being a club of one.
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