[ UK /ˌɪntənˈæʃənəlˌɪzəm/ ]
[ US /ɪnɝˈnæʃənəˌɫɪzəm, ɪntɝˈnæʃənəˌɫɪzəm/ ]
  1. the doctrine that nations should cooperate because their common interests are more important than their differences
  2. quality of being international in scope
    he applauded the internationality of scientific terminology
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How To Use internationalism In A Sentence

  • This sense of internationalism can be traced right back to when Karl Marx and Frederick Engels wrote the Communist Manifesto in the 1840s.
  • The return of the popes to Rome after their exile in Avignon in the second decade of the century probably encouraged a new internationalism, as Dufay's career in Rome and his relations with Florence, Ferrara, and Rimini show.
  • In the long term, one of the greatest threats to human liberty is internationalism.
  • Older traditions of internationalism and isolationism have been revived and adapted to post-cold war conditions.
  • The club should be congratulated for this tremendous example of internationalism.
  • First, the Liverpool dockworkers should not be seen as emblematic of a new form of labor internationalism.
  • Fukuyama's solution...can better be described as ineffectual internationalism. Daimnation!: "Ineffectual internationalism": The failings of Francis Fukuyama
  • France, he insisted, wants a "new internationalism" based on multilateralism and compliance with international law.
  • Internationalism and its call for collective sovereignty - like socialism - may sound like the new messiah to dewy-eyed idealists.
  • This work is driven by our strong belief in internationalism, a commitment to professionalism and an enthusiasm for creativity.
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