However, those close to the strong-willed billionaire say that it is only a matter of months before such a shift gets carried out, including through the removal of those in the top layers of his team who are committed Atlanticists
, as indeed are many of the members of the Republican establishment.
stand for ultra-liberalism in both economics and values, stopping at nothing to expand their influence to every corner of the globe, unleashing war, terror, and injustice on all who oppose them, both at home and abroad.
Ever since David Armitage asserted, over a decade ago, that "we are all Atlanticists
now," (1) there has been no shortage of hefty monographs and edited collections aimed at defining the parameters of this increasingly popular historical subfield, produced by its leading exponents--Bernard Bailyn, Jack P.
Russia started to give its close attention to Russian diaspora, whose total number reached up to 25 million (Peyrouse, 2007: 481) and adopted clear-cut policies about its Near Abroad after the transition of power from the Atlanticists
to Eurasianists during the Yeltsin era.
of the right, like the former defence secretary Liam Fox, will always put up their hands for the strongest action on offer.
Barely a year and a half after their accession to the EU, the Polish - reputed (fairly or unfairly) to be Atlanticists
- brought to power an ultra-Conservative and deeply Eurosceptic duo.
This in itself signals that Sarkozy has no intention of quietly joining the ranks of the Atlanticists
A There are, unfortunately, few true Atlanticists
therefore want a close cooperation with the USA.
The First World War, then, caused some Atlanticists
pause as they tried to explain what had led to the conflagration.
swear achicken get away bad This should come as no surprise to PM Cameron or us Atlanticists
, however, since the disregard with which Obama treats Britain was made abundantly clear by his dithering over the Afghan issue.
Mankoff describes pressures on top policymakers from Russian nationalists, centrists, Eurasianists (whose beliefs, though varied, see Russia as the center of a new Eurasian power that reunites the former USSR and directly challenges the West), and liberal Atlanticists