neo-conservatism


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neo-conservatism

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in the US) a right-wing tendency that originated amongst supporters of the political left and has become characterized by its support of hawkish foreign policies
ˌneo-conˈservative adj, n
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Yemen's war is the very definition of neo-imperialism and neo-conservatism.
Interestingly, Haley's mishap has yet to be covered by American media, who often praise Haley's neo-conservatism to the point that she is now seen as a likely presidential contender.
Three years later, Podhoretz recorded that the immediate postwar period in America had been labeled "the age of conformity and neo-Conservatism.
Cohen is a proponent of neo-conservatism in foreign policy, which typically advocates the active promotion of democracy internationally, including using military force as a means to do so.
With me it will be the end of this sort of neo-conservatism that has been imported to France over the last 10 years," Macron told eight European newspapers.
In this essay, adapted from Exit Right: The People Who Left the Left and Reshaped the American Century, Daniel Oppenheimer looks at the genesis of Making It, and traces how its reception would end up playing a key role in Podhoretz's metamorphosis from left-liberal intellectual to founding father of neo-conservatism.
Laughs] It's really scary to see how, in some ways, [Prime Minister] Harper has taken it to a far more extreme level of neo-conservatism and neo-liberalism even than George Bush contemplated.
A statement of the Parliament of the Kurdistan region, quoted Sadiq as saying during a meeting with Deputy Iranian Foreign Minister Hassan Qashqavi: We in the Kurdistan region, decided to build friendly relations with neighboring countries and we hope that the relations between the Kurdistan Region and Iran is developing, especially in the economic sphere, demanding Iran to open more crossings border between the two sides to serve the interests of both parties, especially with Halabja province to help in the development of neo-conservatism in economic terms.
Ferguson's cause is American neo-conservatism, coupled with a relentless aversion to John Maynard Keynes and Keynesians.
Bourgeois Liberty and the Politics of Fear: From Absolutism to Neo-Conservatism.
Sitting in a quiet cafe on a peaceful Sunday morning he told me that this Russian elite was developing a neo-conservatism of its own to match America's highly influential neo-conservative clan.
Much more could be written about neo-conservatism and its roots, but a fair summary of one of its major effects is that it represented a migration of former leftists from the old, interventionist Democratic Party of Franklin Roosevelt into the Republican Party, where they worked to dismantle the historic, non-interventionist conservatism of Republicans, producing a synthesis called "neoconservatism.