Atlanticism


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At·lan·ti·cism

 (ăt-lăn′tĭ-sĭz′əm)
n.
Advocation of or support for cooperation among western European and North American nations regarding political, economic, and defense issues.

At·lan′ti·cist n.

Atlanticism

(ətˈlæntɪˌsɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) advocacy of close cooperation in military, political, and economic matters between Western Europe, esp the UK, and the US
Atˈlanticist n
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Atlanticism

[ətˈlæntɪsɪzəm] Natlantismo m
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The Eurasianists believe that only a strong Russia, working together with all those who oppose Atlanticism worldwide, can stop them and bring about the multipolar world they desire.
The answer might have to do with the extent of these renegade provinces' ambitions and the degree of threat they pose to the ideological unity of the empire's core territories--that is, in our time, the Euro-Atlantic world and its unifying creed of progressive, liberal globalism (the "New Atlanticism," in the terminology of the University of Kent's Richard Sakwa).
Ellwood, David (2010), "What Winning Stories Teach: The Marshall Plan and Atlanticism as Enduring Narratives", in Marco Mariano, ed.
He also shows the importance of the symbiotic relationship that developed between American and German amnesty advocates and how postwar Atlanticism was based on not just democracy and antitotalitarianism, but anti-Semitism, a belief that Nazi Germany fought to defend Western civilization against obolshevism,o and Anglo-American fascination with German military prowess.
It was initiated by several people, including Polish politician-in-exile JEzef Retinger , concerned about the growth of anti-Americanism in Western Europe, who proposed an international conference at which leaders from European countries and the United States would be brought together with the aim of promoting Atlanticism
His research interests include contemporary African literature and film; Black Atlanticism and the novel and the Caribbean short story.
The article notes that the caretaker government has reaffirmed Bulgaria's Atlanticism, "with Shalamanov at the forefront".
The English/British left's problem, on the other hand, is their historic lack of understanding of Britain --and of the territorial dimension within the serial crises of its state and politics, which is evident not just in the Scottish dimension, but in the English question, the problem of Westminster misgovernment, the European issue, and in the UK political classes' obsession with Atlanticism and the 'special relationship' with the US.
This was founded on a complex set of assumptions: a pro-active, militarily assertive Atlanticism and hard line Cold War set of attitudes, but also developed a very particular voice towards the European continent which has been consistent from Thatcher to Blair, Brown and Cameron--of consistently lecturing them on the failures of the European social model and supposed superiority of what was called pre-crash 'the great British miracle'.
Although Negritude was the dominant philosophy driving the two congresses, in "Negritude, Afrocentricism, and Black Atlanticism," Adeleke Adeeko explores the differences in the conceptualization of "African culture" that ensued between Senghor and Wright.
This is not the end of Atlanticism, but the beginning of a new, more balanced relationship in the [NATO] alliance.