unilateralism

[ UK /jˌuːnɪlˈætəɹəlˌɪzəm/ ]
[ US /ˌjunɪˈɫætɝəˌɫɪzəm/ ]
NOUN
  1. the doctrine that nations should conduct their foreign affairs individualistically without the advice or involvement of other nations
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How To Use unilateralism In A Sentence

  • It is essentially moving in a completely new direction, a completely new paradigm, this paradigm of unilateralism has been established, and it's really a kind of unfulfilling taste, a dose of reality, I would say, not just for the Israeli public but for the foreign press as well. CNN Transcript Apr 1, 2006
  • cooperatively" to solve international problems, moving away from the Bush strategy of irresponsible "unilateralism. Dandelion Salad
  • His much exaggerated "unilateralism" is not why the Atlantic seems a little wider every day. The Widening Atlantic
  • It can only resolve itself into support for a nationalist or a more consistent pan-European response to US unilateralism.
  • So, if we are to ensure that the United States moves neither towards unilateralism nor isolationism, all European countries must show a new willingness to develop effective crisis management capabilities.
  • The Bush administration's "experiment in unilateralism," he wrote, had merely revealed "the limits of such an approach. The Widening Atlantic
  • Europe has the chance of being a barrier against the pensée unique of economic unilateralism: capitalist, conservative, reactionary.
  • George Bush was so right, unilateralism is the way to go. Kgirl abandons family to the wolves week, days 4-7
  • He might take it as a national mandate to pursue the policy of truculent unilateralism.
  • We love multilateralism and abhor unilateralism, which is why we do nothing but talk Archive 2006-06-01
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