intranational

in·tra·na·tion·al

 (ĭn′trə-năsh′ə-nəl, -năsh′nəl)
adj.
Occurring or existing within a single nation: an intranational conflict; intranational regions.

in′tra·na′tion·al·ly adv.

intranational

(ˌɪntrəˈnæʃənəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) within one nation
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Regarding the typology, both supranational and intranational research projects apparently can "generalize implications" (page 59 and page 106) to a population that was not sampled.
83) In particular, a comparison of the between and within well-being-income gradients casts doubt on a large role for intranational relative income comparisons in determining happiness.
Abbott, (29) by contrast, while conceding that a national standard is needed 'solely for intranational purposes', calls for 'a sort of "Commonwealth of Englishes"'.
These serious problems which would all be reduced with the realization of Socioeconomic Democracy include those associated with automation, computerization and robotization; budget deficits and national debts; bureaucracy; maltreatment of children; crime and punishment; development; ecology, environment and pollution; education; the elderly; the feminine majority; inflation; international conflict; intranational conflict; involuntary employment; involuntary unemployment; labor strife and strikes; sick medical and health care systems; military metamorphosis; natural disasters; planned obsolescence; political nonparticipation; poverty; racism; sexism; untamed technology; and the General Welfare.
To address the specific forms of intranational travel that Brown illustrates, and their difference--both in narrative focus and in social function or ideological purpose--from the prototypical international travel narrative of the nineteenth century, I will take as axiomatic John D.
The modern possibility of intranational and global movement is limitless, and for the most part, readily available.
The cross-cultural research imperative: the need to balance cross-national and intranational diversity.
states and Canadian provinces from 1997 and 2002 to explore the effect of intranational and international trade on emissions reported in the TRI for the United States and the Canadian National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI).
Leading to her own predicament of displacement, albeit on an intranational scale, the expiration of the lease functions much as the shattered Tuileries windows functioned for her father: to bring about the breakthrough of a difficult, delayed knowledge.
Government Size and Automatic Stabilizers: International and Intranational Evidence.
Opponents to this line of reasoning counter that trends in international treaty law, set in motion by explicit duties to prosecute in international agreements like CAT, serve as "a basis for an emerging consensus that human rights violations must be investigated and prosecuted" in intranational conflicts as well as international state conflicts.
Do State Borders Matter for US Intranational Trade?