anti-imperialist

anti-imperialist

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to imperialism: anti-imperialist movements.
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is opposed to imperialism
ˌanti-imˈperialism n
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Directly after, Twain joined the Anti-Imperialist League, became its vice-president in New York, and was a staunch advocate of its goals until his death in 1910.
a great anti-imperialist front for the future of Venezuela.
He further said that it was not just his beautiful arrangement of words but the potency of philosophy and ideas on revival of Islamic polity that inculcated the anti-imperialist sentiment against the unjust colonial power.
In the 50s - early 60s festivals were held under the slogan "For peace and friendship", later - "For anti-imperialist solidarity, peace and friendship".
In a statement to journalists, Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Mikdad said that Damascus has always maintained a supportive stance towards the anti-imperialist struggle of peoples around the world.
After his execution in 1961, when he had been prime minister of the newly liberated Congo for only seven months, he became an icon of anti-imperialist struggle.
I am not quite sure if they have internalized the anti-imperialist content of this soulful kundiman originally written in Spanish titled Nuestra Patria by Pampango General Jose Alejandrino and popularized in the 1950s by the Visayan Ruben Tagalog who interpreted it with his velvet voice.
Summary: Under him, Egypt established itself as a pan-Arab cultural hub and an umbrella for anti-imperialist movements in the Third World
He said Muhmmad Hasanein who died at age of 92 was an anti-imperialist figure and his services in this regard would be remembered for ever.
professional diplomat into a professional anti-imperialist after having
Drake points out that until 1910, La Follette idolized William McKinley, supported American policy in Cuba, and brushed off anti-imperialist criticism of American actions in the Philippines.
Moreover, for more than a decade now, a majority of Iranians have been convinced that aspects of Iran's foreign policy, especially its so- called anti-imperialist crusade--which oddly enough has been concerned only with American imperialism and has ignored Soviet, Russian, and now Chinese imperialisms--has been a major cause of Iran's slow pace of development and recent stagnation.