trilateralist

tri·lat·er·al·ism

 (trī-lăt′ər-ə-lĭz′əm)
n.
1. The practice of engaging in three-party relations, agreements, or negotiations.
2. The political and economic policy of encouraging friendly relations among three nations or regions, especially the United States, Western Europe, and Japan, or North America, Europe, and the Pacific Rim.

tri·lat′er·al·ist n.
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trilateralist

(traɪˈlætərəlɪst)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) one engaged in trilateralism
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Caption: Following a blind faith: The late Trilateralist Zbigniew Brzezinski was a leading luminary of globalism, arguing that America was obsolete, Marxism was wonderful, and global government was necessary.
It is neo-Rome, Obama or no Obama, for these Trilateralist symbols symbolize neo-imperialism.
As a member of the Trilateral Commission in the early to mid-1970s, he also subscribed to the trilateralist worldview.
A sort of nineteenth-century' Atlanticist or Trilateralist, he wrote treatises in English, French and German recommending nationalist economic policies for the United States, France and Germany.
His latest book, The New World Order, nails fellow Yalie Bush as a Trilateralist, thus reviving the age-old conspiracy doctrines that go back to the Bavarian Illuminati.
During the Carter administration (1977-1981), many Americans became alarmed about the Trilateralist take-over and the organization's plans for mankind.
can now send out mailing after mailing urging the faithful to send dollars to beat back the schemes and sellouts of this Trilateralist hellspawn of Nelson Rockefeller.
He is a dutiful Reaganaut and a Trilateralist with impeccable establishment credentials (Princeton University, the Marine Corps).
Except for Jerry Falwell, who endorsed Bush at the outset and seems to be bucking for Billy Graham's position as pope of American evangelism, the religious right has been shut out of the Bush campaign Bush has taken Jimmy Carter's own National Security Adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski (instigator of the hated grain embargo) as one of his foreign policy consultants, which might give a nice Trilateralist spin to the next State Department.
Over the past decade, many of Kissinger's Trilateralist and CER brethren have expounded on how important this "new international system" is in constructing their subversive "new world order." Some of them openly admit that NAFTA and the FTAA can, and will, follow the sovereignty destroying path blazed by the EU.
Whatever's ahead, it appears high-level opposition figures have surfaced with practical (past and present) trilateralists among them.