Atlanticism


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At·lan·ti·cism

 (ăt-lăn′tĭ-sĭz′əm)
n.
Advocation of or support for cooperation among western European and North American nations regarding political, economic, and defense issues.

At·lan′ti·cist n.

Atlanticism

(ətˈlæntɪˌsɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) advocacy of close cooperation in military, political, and economic matters between Western Europe, esp the UK, and the US
Atˈlanticist n
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Atlanticism

[ətˈlæntɪsɪzəm] Natlantismo m
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He said that he expected Mr Aznar to advocate the European social model in Barcelona as he believed that using the United States as a standard for performances to be attained would be a mistake.Measured Atlanticism.Mr Aznar's uncomplicated appreciation of the United States is not limited to the economy.
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In this context, Italy's increased involvement following the 2006 war reflected the eagerness of Romano Prodi's centre-left government (elected in April 2006) to cooperate with other EU members to reinforce a European foreign policy and depart from the "Atlanticism" of the Berlusconi era.
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It was marked by the so called Atlanticism in the 1990s, based on the cooperation with the US, Europe and international organizations.
The role of values in geopolitics can be overdone, but a shared commitment to democracy, the rule of law and individual freedoms have served as the essential glue of Atlanticism. None of them means much to a US President more at home in the company of autocrats.
Soutou's discussion of the beginnings of Atlanticism following American entanglement in the European conflict is, at least for this reader, the most eye-opening aspect of his work.
Macron wants to supplement the instinctive Atlanticism of most EU governments on military matters by strengthening their European intuition.
If Europe does not prepare itself, it will be left with no other choice than to become a dependent of either America or China -- Atlanticism or Eurasianism.
Eisenhower -- and all Republican presidents until Trump -- was committed to Atlanticism and collective security.