Examples of militarism in a Sentence
The administration has been criticized for the militarism of its foreign policy.
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Not standing idly by in the White House while Iranians protested a fixed election in 2009, then advocating a nuclear agreement that bankrolled the theocratic regime’s expansionism and militarism and corruption.
King was a staunch anti-war activist and spoke firmly against U.S. militarism in the Vietnam War.
No clear event, no Reichstag fire, marked the moment when the country lurched into militarism.
That is a remarkable statement coming from an American Likudnik who has built a career as a professional proponent of war and militarism both here and in Israel.
All three sets of state standards reference large-scale historical processes as the causes of the war, including nationalism, imperialism and militarism.
People who want to reduce intervention are passionate about reducing militarism and lowering the number of troops overseas.
China and North and South Korea will protest loudly if Japan revises Article 9, claiming that this is a step back towards the Japanese militarism that devastated East Asia in the 1930s and 1940s.
But the Soviet Union, succumbing to bureaucracy, militarism, and brutality by the 1930s, would shape the twentieth century nonetheless.
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