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  • Countries such as Mexico, El Salvador, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic and others, which have significant fractions of their population living and working in the United States, pose "intermestic" issues -- combining international and domestic facets -- from immigration to medical insurance, pensions to drivers licenses, remittances to youth gangs.

    Abraham Lowenthal: President Obama and the Summit of the Americas

  • It is evident that external and internal politics are intertwined and that today most issues are "intermestic"; that is, simultaneously international and domestic in ways that link multiple official and non-governmental actors with different power-attributes and power-interests.

    openDemocracy

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  • Blend of international + domestic. Of international and domestic concern.

    January 13, 2018