- From the name of the Atlantic Ocean that separates the two continents — or, as sea-faring nations will say, the ocean that connects the two continents, and ultimately from NATO. (Wiktionary)
“Sarkozy's "Atlanticism" - this, of course, was Blair's term, too - is just another painted wooden figure on the carousel of European self-representation.”
“It has become standard fare in punditry to say that Russia must choose between "Atlanticism" and "Eurasianism".”
“Since the election of Sarkozy, France seems to be more and more attracted by "Atlanticism" and alignment with the US.”
“Atlanticism", ie deciding to not have a common European position and impose division by preeemptively aligning with the extremist position coming from Washington.”
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“For many on the right in the UK, Atlanticism has become synonymous with a self-defeating, virulent Euroscepticism that is bad for Britain.”
“Murphy will argue that "the current divide ... on defence that distinguishes between pro Europeanism and Atlanticism is unsustainable and unsuited to modern times.”
“President Sarkozy can take credit or blame for this shift toward interventionist Atlanticism, but his people give him neither.”
“No doubt part of the Tories 'more skeptical Atlanticism amounts to a promise that they will be nobody's poodle.”
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