Examples of interventionism in a Sentence
a proponent of aggressive economic interventionism
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Pat Buchanan led a revival of conservative anti-interventionism.
While Uber and Lyft will likely pour substantial incentives into the city to regain market share, Austin’s deep independent streak could make the taint of the companies’ interventionism hard to shake.
Against this backdrop, an end to Russia’s military interventionism abroad and a long-term normalization of Russia’s relations with the United States could be suicidal for Putin’s regime.
Which is to say: Eight years after Barack Obama won the Democratic nomination on the strength of his caution about knee-jerk-liberal interventionism, most elected Democrats remained credulous toward that creed.
To their domestic neoconservatism, Mr. Podhoretz brought an emphasis on strong foreign policy and military interventionism.
Abrams is a prominent neoconservative, a supporter of the Iraq war and robust American interventionism.
Mr. Hadley, who might also be considered for defense secretary, pushed Mr. Bush to undertake the troop surge in Iraq and is closely identified with the military interventionism of that administration.
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: a government policy or practice of doing things to directly influence the country's economy or the political affairs of another country
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