[ UK /jˌuːnɪlˈætəɹəlˌɪst/ ]
  1. an advocate of unilateralism
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How To Use unilateralist In A Sentence

  • Prof Wilkinson points out that the international community might not decry unilateralist intervention provided that it approves of the outcome.
  • The unilateralists would weaken the Western coalition now by abolishing our nuclear weapons.
  • Much of Europe still sees him as a unilateralist, the president who came into office determined to abrogate this or that treaty.
  • The unilateralist neocons were actually asking for help from foreigners.
  • He presents an even-handed look at the president's unilateralist approach to foreign affairs.
  • A much larger group is made up of nuclear unilateralists of one kind or another.
  • His unilateralist world view, reinforced by his close advisers, cannot work in a world where global cooperation is necessary.
  • Unilateralists are inclined to jump straight to nuclear disarmament on the assumption that this is an end in itself.
  • He was in truth a unilateralist—he decided where the boundary lay and refused to negotiate on it.
  • The president came to power with "unilateralist" tendencies but must now assemble the most complex diplomatic armada since the Allies in World War II. A President Finds His True Voice
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