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  • noun A supporter of Atlanticism

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  • Indeed there emerged an "Atlanticist" foreign policy establishment, a group of influential Americans drawn primarily from upper-class lawyers, bankers, academics, and politicians of the Northeast, committed to a strand of Anglophile internationalism.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Indeed there emerged an "Atlanticist" foreign policy establishment, a group of influential Americans drawn primarily from upper-class lawyers, bankers, academics, and politicians of the Northeast, committed to a strand of Anglophile internationalism.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Portugal defines itself as "Atlanticist," emphasizing its support for strong European ties with the United States, particularly on defense and security issues.

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  • Portugal defines itself as "Atlanticist," emphasizing its support for strong European ties with the United States, particularly on defense and security issues.

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  • Indeed there emerged an "Atlanticist" foreign policy establishment, a group of influential Americans drawn primarily from upper-class lawyers, bankers, academics, and politicians of the Northeast, committed to a strand of Anglophile internationalism.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Portugal defines itself as "Atlanticist," emphasizing its support for strong European ties with the United States, particularly on defense and security issues.

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  • He’s for free trade, the market and an Atlanticist which is not bad going.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • He’s for free trade, the market and an Atlanticist which is not bad going.

    Was Blair talking b—locks?

  • As a staunch Atlanticist, I immediately began stuffing greenbacks under my mattress.

    Et cetera: Steven Poole's non-fiction choice – reviews

  • At the New Atlanticist, David J. Kramer and Damon Wilson write that Ukraine is teetering between economic collapse, Russian influence, and vague promises of Western support.

    Wonk Room » The Wonkline: May 29, 2009

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