Adjective(1) involving or operating in several nations or nationalities
(1) It negated such emotive factors as transnational religious feeling.(2) Plainly, the US dominates these institutions, as it dominates other transnational bodies.(3) Some adjustment will be required, as prior rules and procedures are adapted to a new kind of transnational conflict.(4) Among them are those who are effectively stateless, owing allegiance only to the extremist cause of transnational terrorism.(5) Both inwardly and outwardly, growing instability infected national and transnational politics.(6) In the current national military strategy, transnational threats are of prime importance.(7) Of course, it is true that it is difficult for one nation to solve a transnational problem.(8) First, the organization operates at a transnational level from London.(9) It's about upholding national sovereignty in the face of fancy, transnational treaties, like the Human Rights Act.(10) As we will see, this changing identity has both national and transnational dimensions.(11) Pluralists consider non-state actors very important entities, having transnational impact.(12) The bureaucratic boundaries of the nation-state complicate intimate transnational exchange.(13) What types of transnational actors can be based on national groups?(14) The maquiladora sector is governed by a slew of local, national and transnational laws.(15) The fibre supply was now tightly committed to the operations of three large transnational pulp and paper corporations.(16) The main drivers of change are now transnational corporations rather than national governments.
1. multinational ::
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