Noun(1) a policy of extending your rule over foreign countries(2) a political orientation that advocates imperial interests(3) any instance of aggressive extension of authority
(1) The government's abuse of civil rights at home goes hand in hand with its brutal imperialism abroad.(2) But at every key moment the party leadership has supported imperialism and war.(3) People worldwide should condemn imperialism in all its forms.(4) None of them offer an alternative to imperialism and neo-liberal policies.(5) French ministers protested at US cultural imperialism(6) Ordinary people around the world must try to resist the new imperialism which is just as pernicious as the old.(7) They have opted instead for the oldest trick of imperialism - divide and rule.(8) They had to fight against the corporate parasites up top and imperialism abroad to retain the value they produced.(9) The climax of European imperialism in the nineteenth century coincided with the European population explosion.(10) What social force is of necessity forced to go the whole way in the struggle against imperialism ?(11) the struggle against imperialism(12) But those who resisted British imperialism had to resist it on the colonial periphery.(13) The collapse of imperialism in the twentieth century was a fundamental change in world politics.(14) in Russia, imperialism had developed alongside a semi-feudal agrarian structure(15) Many in the global south regard tourism as a new form of colonialism and cultural imperialism .(16) The concept of American cultural imperialism has entered the op-ed lists.
(1) cultural imperialism :: אימפריאליזם תרבותי
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