Similar words: isolation, desolation, consolation, violation, isolate, immolation, isolated, neoplatonism. Meaning: [‚aɪsə'leɪʃnɪzm] n. a policy of nonparticipation in international economic and political relations.
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1. Isolationism is a strictly national policy.
2. Isolationism has a long and respectable pedigree in American history.
3. Republicans warned against returning to isolationism.
4. Isolationism reigned in the Congress, reflecting a national mood.
5. This can not be called isolationism, but it is a strange combination of hubris and indifference.
6. A chief characteristic of isolationism is not caring very much about what happens elsewhere.
7. This may seem like isolationism, but that is not quite correct.
8. Far from rejecting internationalism and retreating to isolationism, the Republicans were proposing to go beyond containment.
9. Moral exuberance had inspired both overinvolvement and isolationism.
10. The Puritan exclusive localism breeded Isolationism.
11. A new isolationism was growing.
12. It is our insurance policy against isolationism.
13. All the forces of isolationism would have been aroused if any part of interchanges had transpired.
14. Behind this lay the sentiment of isolationism and a desire for peace.
15. Isolationism is one of the most important diplomatic traditions of the United States.
16. Many conservatives resurrected traditional isolationism, protecting American moral purity against contamination by the expedient.
17. They have a link that all three share in Bristol's sturdy stylistic isolationism.
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18. It is very hard to realize to what degree isolationism has been a basic feature of the United States.
19. The subsequent phase between 1934 and 1939 signalled the return of the party from the political wilderness of sectarian isolationism.
20. But those of us who understand history must shudder at his adulation of the false gods of isolationism and protectionism.
21. It would have been very easy for the United States to fall back into its historic isolationism.
22. There was, I suspect, a little bit of Otago isolationism involved.
23. We must never close our doors. China can never go back to the days of isolationism.
24. When will you realize that in this world , today, isolationism is no longer a practical policy?
25. When will you realize that in this world , today, isolationism is no longe a practical policy.
26. The state ideology of juche ( self - reliance ) has much in common with Mao's isolationism.
27. The lesson of the Great Depression and World War II for Americans was that isolationism was self-defeating.
28. With such a state of national unity the problem of disloyalty or isolationism scarcely existed.
29. We would be back to our historical cycle of exuberant overextension and sulking isolationism.
30. Anyone who publicly questions the wisdom of current U. S. immigration policy is promptly charged with bigotry, prejudice, ethnocentrism , chauvinism, isolationism or selfishness.
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