antiforeigner

antiforeigner

(ˌæntɪˈfɒrɪnə)
adj
opposed to foreigners or foreign countries
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Contemporary immigration policy has therefore emerged at the interface between two quite different worldviews and institutional habits of mind, although both located on the right hand of the state: neoliberal economic maximization and labor commodification combined with punitive antiforeigner sentiment, ethno-racial and cultural preference, and concerns about national security.
Hamilton likely began resorting to antiforeigner posturing during the political fallout from the Whiskey Rebellion--a revolt against his federal excise tax system in the western counties of Pennsylvania.
It has always been clear that leaving the EU would put foreigners at risk and, while I do not agree with Alan Sugar that Ms Stuart should not be listened to as she was born in Bavaria, it is astonishing that she should campaign for a change in Britain's relationship with Europe which cannot do anything but increase antiforeigner feeling.
There is no doubt that antiforeigner feeling was a major part of the exit campaign.
He called for Mr Cameron to withdraw his comments, adding: "The antiforeigner rhetoric and vocabulary being used by the Prime Minister must be challenged head-on.
They're antieverything - anti-politics, antiforeigner, anti-immigrant.
Studies that try to identify contextual sources of antiforeigner sentiments in the United Kingdom have focused primarily on ethnic prejudice driven by local concentrations of ethnic minorities.
federal courts may evidence antiforeigner bias, at least as to extraterritorial harms.
Labour movement supporters stepped in and did their part, in my view correctly, politically to reframe the antiforeigner sentiments of the testimony in the idiom of labour solidarity.
The first question is about the political class's continued perception that an antiforeigner stance is a populist one and yields political dividends.
According to the report, Loong said that such outbursts by citizens against foreigners, on the Internet and in public, 'reflect badly on us [and] damage our international reputation, people think that Singapore is antiforeigner [and] xenophobic'.