Examples of nationalistic in a Sentence
the political party's nationalistic ideology
a nationalistic display of the country's flag at all civic events
Recent Examples of nationalistic from the Web
According to Zitzewitz, however, data from 2003 to 2009 shows that there was no change to the level of nationalistic bias in scoring.
The move by the automaker is the latest example of a foreign company being cowed by the growing power of a critical, but increasingly nationalistic, consumer market.
Coming from multinational companies with everything to gain from American consumers (and a lot to lose), these ads sneakily took a stand against Trump’s nationalistic rhetoric.
The New Yorker‘s Evan Osnos has penned a thoughtful essay on why such a nationalistic film seems to have struck such a powerful chord with Chinese audiences.
Most Republicans still like Trump, but the idea that he's created anything amounting to a nationalistic movement just isn't borne out.
Some party members, especially those who viewed the organization largely as a path to career success, have grumbled about Mr. Xi’s campaign to instill discipline and whip up nationalistic fervor.
In Panama, the flood of citizens from the much larger neighbor now competing for jobs has stoked nationalistic sentiment, said Harold Trinkunas, an international security expert at Stanford University who grew up in Venezuela.
In any case, the new Diet will be even more dominated by right-wing forces—forces that support Abe’s nationalistic, hawkish vision for Japan.
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