Translation of isolationism in Spanish:

isolationism

aislacionismo, n.

Pronunciation: /ʌɪsəˈleɪʃ(ə)nɪz(ə)m//ˌaɪsəˈleɪʃəˌnɪzəm/

noun

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    aislacionismo masculine
    • They rejected isolationism and nationalist parochialism and defended a conception of universal human values.
    • If the US can be persuaded to keep supporting global treaties, ministers argue, it will not retreat into dangerous isolationism.
    • In the 1930s, American politics were characterized by isolationism in foreign policy and a preoccupation with internal affairs.
    • People misuse the categories of interventionism and isolationism.
    • US isolationism has been around since the country was born.
    • I came back convinced that there were only two American foreign policies, either isolationism or a crusade.
    • The reason for this doctrine was perhaps explained by the curious American policy of isolationism.
    • The public did not turn to isolationism and the Congress and administration curbed their unilateralism.
    • That is because of the always latent and sometimes active strain of isolationism in American political culture.
    • Quite frankly at this point a policy of isolationism would be fine with me.
    • For centuries, the kingdom followed a policy of isolationism.
    • The old policy of economic isolationism is a recipe for economic disaster.
    • European leaders therefore worried that the United States might at some point be tempted again by the siren call of isolationism.
    • Engagement with the world creates jobs and growth while a policy of economic isolationism destroys them.
    • Internationally, nuclear weapons and e-commerce make isolationism impossible.
    • An era of involuntary isolationism would be the lot of the United States.
    • A vast humanitarian operation could threaten their gainful isolationism and turn the population against its tormentors.
    • I fear that is the other side of America's so-called isolationism; it is an interventionist consequence of isolationism.
    • Older traditions of internationalism and isolationism have been revived and adapted to post-cold war conditions.
    • Meanwhile, the nation's postwar isolationism proved only temporary.