policy rhetoric--pledging significant spend on new infrastructure, higher exports, higher import tariffs, lower taxes and reduced regulation could spur inflation and lead to higher interest rates.
Kundera contrasts the outward, expansionistic
opposition of geo-political east and west with the inward collapse of physical north and south.
Such phenomenal success led to governmental policies that ensured the further expansion of the cotton kingdom but raised Northern suspicion of Southern expansionistic
intentions--suspicions that ended in war and slavery's destruction.
This will surely steer America and its allies toward disunity, and therefore open opportunities for expansionistic
neighbors China and Russia.
In my view, the readers and critics of Senghor's Chaka could not reconcile what its author represented--one of the founder of the Negritude movement and its most reconciliatory spokesperson--with what the poem's main protagonist symbolized: an expansionistic
and bloodthirsty leader who evoked strong parallels with Hitler (Jouanny 90).
Every yuan or ruble devoted to their own defense reduces the aspiring imperial powers' budgets for conducting more aggressive and expansionistic
This belief is conditioned by the history of predatory or expansionistic
state behavior in which the functions of force--for example, defense, deterrence, and compellence--comport with securing against such predation.
It is in this light that we can also understand the strange alliance between the radical Israeli right and US Christian fundamentalists, who are historically anti-Semitic but passionately support Israel's expansionistic
politics: "Jewish critics of the State of Israel are regularly dismissed as self-hating Jews; however, .
In return, there has been interference in the internal affairs of our countries for expansionistic
Fourth, and most significant, the author put Japan and China on the same strategic level and recommended proposals such as joint patrols as well as joint resource development that ignore China's expansionistic
and hegemonic intentions.
The imperialist and expansionistic
themes and motifs of Roman antiquity as expressed in Shakespeare and re-worked in Taiwan offer innovative visions for a twenty-first century audience familiar with the recent experience of Japanese colonialism and exploitation.
Seeking to mediate between these two schools of thought, Arielli approaches the topic by considering domestic and economic forces, in addition to European foreign policy and expansionistic