supernational


Related to supernational: supranational

supernational

(ˌsuːpəˈnæʃnəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a less common word for supranational
ˌsuperˈnationalism n
ˌsuperˈnationalist n
ˌsuperˈnationally adv

su•per•na•tion•al

(ˌsu pərˈnæʃ ə nl)

adj.
tending to involve, or extending authority over, more than one nation; international.
[1910–15]
su`per•na′tion•al•ism, n.
su`per•na′tion•al•ly, adv.
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221) Carli envisioned a "more orderly organisation of the international monetary system with supernational authority exercising: (a) supervisory function, to give common directions, and (b) as a lender of last resort, to intervene and regulate any runs on deposits.
org/research/reports/2006/08/international-law-andthe-nation-state-at-the-un-a- guide-for-us-policymakers (warning against "an advanced and determined movement" that, "through the mechanisms of international law and supernational institutions .
Advocates of the semi-automatic gold standard and unlimited flexibility saw a cost to national autonomy in centralized and multi-currency approaches and dependence on supernational institutions that necessitated conditionality and surveillance.
This, he said, will lead to the creation of new supernational political organs.
After a brief period in which it seemed that the neoliberal orthodoxy of the economic, financial, and political elites was threatened by the failures of the financial markets, national governments and supernational institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Central Bank (ECB) have turned again toward a neoliberal political agenda, reducing the sovereign debt through cuts in public spending and austerity plans rather than through taxes on financial transactions and big corporations or the regulation of the financial sector.
Member countries have to be willing to yield national sovereignty to a supernational monetary authority.
These measures are three more in a series of "free-trade agreements" intended to transfer the power to regulate trade (and eventually other powers too) to supernational arrangements via a step-by-step process.
Later, he "refocused the opening chapters from a discussion of the place of the literati within a national context to their supernational literary character" (30).
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Selvakumar, Scientist F, Tuberculosis Research Centre (TRC), Chennai, participated in the Global Consultation on the TB Supernational Reference Laboratory Network at Geneva (April 14-15, 2010).
Residents in many former Soviet countries are more likely to see their local currency or the euro as the most profitable and safe, which may make them more receptive to the idea -- floated by Russia, China, and others earlier this year -- of replacing the dollar as the world's reserve currency with a supernational currency.