outward-looking

outward-looking

adj
looking beyond oneself; open-minded and reaching out to other people, organizations, etc
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outward-looking

[ˈaʊtwədˌlʊkɪŋ] ADJ [person, organization, country] → abierto al exterior; [policy, attitude] → abierto, expansivo
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outward-looking

adj person, organization, countryaufgeschlossen; attitude, approachnach vorne gerichtet, aufgeschlossen; policyoffen
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In addition, we seek outward-looking policymaking that learns from international case studies, tools and lessons with clear consideration of the national context and dynamics.
The only "ingrained" Scottish inferiority complex I encountered was with the SNP and Yes supporters whereas the majority of Scots I dealt with were confident, outward-looking and understood the benefits of being part of the Union for trade, security and the ability to withstand world economic shocks like the financial crash and the volatility of oil prices.
FORMER Labour prime minister Gordon Brown has said that the UK, having previously been admired around the world for being inclusive and outward-looking, now presents a picture of division, intolerance and introversion.
FORMER Labour prime minister Gordon Brown has said the UK, having previously been admired around the world for being inclusive and outward-looking, now presents a picture of division, intolerance and introversion.
Meanwhile, former Labour prime minister Gordon Brown has said that the UK, having previously been admired around the world for being inclusive and outward-looking, now presents a picture of division, intolerance and introversion.
It said this decision 'is consistent with the government's commitment to market-oriented reforms and outward-looking strategies of achieving competitiveness through price stability and efficiency.'
The first minister will say: "Scotland is an outward-looking, welcoming, European nation that greatly values the friendship and progressive values it shares with Ireland, and we are determined that relationship will go from strength to strength."
There is one vision of Britain that derives from people's misunderstanding of the Dunkirk spirit, this idea that we are better off when we stand alone, aloof and apart, sufficient unto ourselves, isolated if necessary, supposedly this independent spirit that means we are better off when we are disengaged from the world." He continued: "There is a second vision of Britain -- a Britain that is open, outward-looking, engaged and not disengaged with the rest of the world, a Britain that is internationalist in its outlook, a Britain that sees it has responsibilities not just to itself, but that its national interest is served and also its moral standing is served by being engaged and part of the rest of the world.
"As an outward-looking, compassionate country it is right that we do what we can to support the international response to this humanitarian emergency."
"Wales is and will remain an outward-looking nation.
"Despite the challenges we face as a result of Brexit, the Scottish Government will continue to do all we can to show the world that we are an open and outward-looking country."