Noun : (chiefly uncountable) The state of being isolated, detached, or separated; the state of being away from other people.

Noun : The act of isolating.

Noun : (diplomacy, of a country) The state of not having diplomatic relations with other countries (either with most or all other countries, or with specified other countries).


Noun : The act of secluding, shutting out or keeping apart.

Noun : The state of being secluded or shut out, as from company, society, the world, etc.; solitude.

Noun : A secluded, isolated or private place.


Noun : The act of confining or the state of being confined.

Noun : (dated) Lying-in, time of giving birth.

Noun : lockdown


Noun : The act of insulating; detachment from other objects; isolation.

Noun : The state of being insulated; detachment from other objects; isolation.

Noun : Any of a variety of materials designed to reduce the flow of heat, either from or into a building.


Noun : (politics, economics) A system or policy of protecting the domestic producers of a product from foreign competition by imposing tariffs, quotas, duties or other barriers on importations.


Noun : One who advocates or supports isolationism.


Noun : (politics) The political practice of intervening in a sovereign state's affairs.

Noun : (medicine) The medical practice of trying to prolong someone's life.

Noun : (psychology) The idea that a person develops cognition through explicit instruction by others, and not merely by being nurtured and allowed to develop individually.


Noun : (politics) Political, economic and cultural cooperation between nations.

Noun : (linguistics) A loanword that occurs in several languages with the same or similar meaning and etymology.


Noun : A tendency of nations to act on their own, or with only minimal consultation and involvement with other nations.


Noun : An ideology based on the belief that people, goods and information ought to be able to cross national borders unfettered.

Noun : A socio-economic system dedicated to free trade and free access to markets.


Noun : An ideology which claims that the military is the foundation of a society's security, and thereby its most important aspect.

Noun : A focus on, or excessive use of, military force.


Noun : The policy, of a nation, of expanding its territory or its economic influence.


Noun : Patriotism; the idea of supporting one's country, people or culture.

Noun : Support for the creation of a sovereign nation (which does not currently exist).

Noun : (UK, Ireland) Support for the union of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.


Noun : The quality of being exclusionist.

Noun : A policy or ideology that favors exclusion of some individuals or groups from a nation, sect, etc.


Noun : A hatred of strangers or foreigners.

Noun : A fear of strangers or foreigners.

Noun : A strong antipathy or aversion to strangers or foreigners.


Noun : The quality or property of being insular.


Noun : (uncountable) Excessive patriotism or aggressive nationalism, especially with regards to foreign policy.

Noun : (countable) A jingoistic attitude, comment, etc.

Noun : (uncountable) Chauvinism.


Noun : The support of peace, specifically:

Noun : The conviction that it is morally wrong to settle disputes (especially between countries) by war or other violent means.

Noun : The ethical avoidance of inflicting harm on others in one's daily life.


Noun : (economics, politics) The advocacy of restrictions on free trade, immigration etc.


Noun : The quality or principle of being passive.


Noun : (politics) Synonym of reactionaryism


Noun : The behaviour of an adventurer; risk-taking.

Noun : (politics) The taking of excessive risks by a government in their political, economic or foreign affairs.


Noun : (chiefly US) A policy of favoring native-born inhabitants over immigrants.

Noun : The policy of perpetuating the culture of the natives of a colonised country.

Noun : (philosophy) The doctrine that some skills or abilities are innate and not learned.


Noun : A policy of hegemony


Noun : The tendency for a person to act without reference to others, particularly in matters of style, fashion or mode of thought.

Noun : The moral stance, political philosophy, or social outlook that promotes independence and self-reliance of individual people, while opposing the interference with each person's choices by society, the state, or any other group or institution.

Noun : (logic) The doctrine that only individual things are real.


Noun : Extreme nationalism, the belief in the superiority of one's nation and of the paramount importance of advancing it.


Noun : Extreme ideas or actions, primarily in politics or religion.


Noun : Separatism.

Noun : (theology) The belief that the human Jesus Christ was a separate being from the divine Christ.


Noun : The policy of forcefully extending a nation's authority by territorial gain or by the establishment of economic and political dominance over other nations.

Noun : (figurative, derogatory) Any undue extension of political, intellectual, or other forms of authority.


Noun : The quality or state of being parochial; especially: selfish pettiness or narrowness (as of interests, opinions, or views).


Noun : Acceptance of defeat without struggle.


Noun : A moderate form of political pacifism which allows the use of violence against those seeking to commit greater violence.

Noun : General ethical opposition to war or violence; pacifism broadly stated.


Noun : A form of government in which the governing body has absolute, or almost absolute, control. Typically this control is maintained by force, and little heed is paid to public opinion or the judicial system.


Noun : The adherence to traditional views or practices, especially with regard to cultural or religious matters.

Noun : The continuation of theological rituals on the basis that the ritual has always completed, rather than the ritual being a manifestation of theology.

Noun : A philosophical system which makes tradition the supreme criterion and rule of certitude; the doctrine that human reason is of itself radically unable to know with certainty any truth or, at least, the fundamental truths of the metaphysical, moral, and religious order.


Noun : A political philosophy that advocates traditional values.

Noun : A risk-averse attitude or approach.


Adjective : Supporting or advocating unilateralism


Noun : (philosophy) A political doctrine or philosophy that proposes that the rights and powers of ordinary people are exploited by a privileged elite, and supports their struggle to overcome this.

Noun : (derogatory) The practice of appealing to the interests of the common people.


Noun : Unbiased trade between nations, in contrast to bilateralism.

Noun : A system by which nations consult others in matters of foreign policy, by way of organisations such as the United Nations.


Noun : The characteristic of being hawkish.


Noun : The characteristic of being bellicose.


Noun : The political policy of endeavouring to regain lost territory.

Noun : Metaphorical endeavouring to regain lost political or cultural territory.


Noun : The state of being neutral; neutrality.

Noun : A political policy of nonalignment in a situation of conflict.

Noun : (biology) The neutral theory of molecular evolution, holding that, at the molecular level, most evolutionary changes and variation within and between species are caused not by natural selection but by genetic drift of mutant alleles that are neutral.


Noun : The state of being special, exceptional or unique.

Noun : The belief that something (a nation, species etc.) is exceptional, superior, or does not conform to an established norm.

Noun : A philosophy of prevention or of intervention.


Noun : The property of being rootless.


Noun : The quality of being liberal.

Noun : (politics) Any political movement founded on the autonomy and personal freedom of the individual, progress and reform, and government by law with the consent of the governed.

Noun : (economics) An economic ideology in favour of laissez faire and the free market (related to economic liberalism).


Noun : (sociology) The policy or practice of the assimilation of immigrant or other minority cultures into a mainstream culture.


Noun : A form of mysticism involving quiet contemplation.

Noun : A state of passive quietness.

Noun : Alternative form of quietism (form of mysticism): [A form of mysticism involving quiet contemplation.]


Noun : The tendency to look at the world primarily from the perspective of one's own traditional, deferred, or adoptive ethnic culture.


Noun : The practice of being exclusive; a mentality or policy that excludes others.

Noun : (religion) The doctrine that one religion is the only true religion, or that one religious sect is the only true version of a larger religion.


Noun : Opposition to communism.


Noun : Someone who believes in protecting domestic producers by impeding or limiting the importation of foreign goods and services via actions taken by government.


Noun : Alternative form of conservatism [A political philosophy that advocates traditional values.]


Noun : Any of various radical social or political movements that aim at fundamental change in the structure of society


Noun : A system of government in which the people have virtually no authority and the state wields absolute control, for example, a dictatorship.


Noun : The condition of being tribal.

Noun : A feeling of identity and loyalty to one's tribe.


Noun : The quality of being ethnocentric.


Noun : The characteristic of being divisive.


Noun : An economic system in which the means of production and distribution are owned and controlled by the people collectively

Noun : The practice or principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it.


Noun : (often derogatory) The belief that most or all political power should be centralized in national governments.

Noun : (often derogatory, uncommon) The belief that most or nearly all political power should be decentralized to provincial governments.

Noun : (rare, obsolete) Synonym of statecraft or statesmanship.


Noun : (politics) The movement that opposes colonialism.


Noun : (religion) The tendency to reduce a religion to its most fundamental tenets, based on strict interpretation of core texts.

Noun : (by extension) A rigid conformity to any set of basic tenets.

Noun : (finance) The belief that fundamental financial quantities are the best predictor of the price of a financial instrument.


Noun : The belief in a system for an ideal society, usually regarded as unrealistic.

Noun : Alternative letter-case form of utopianism [The belief in a system for an ideal society, usually regarded as unrealistic.]


Noun : (Britain, dated) Tribalism, nationalism.

Noun : The belief that humans can be categorized as belonging to distinct races, each race being characterized by fixed and heritable traits.

Noun : Racism, the belief in the existence of different races and the belief that some races are superior to other races; policies or practices which promote the dominance of one or more races over other races.


Noun : The belief that there should be better understanding and closer co-operation between different denominations in the Christian Church.


Noun : The division of one religion into separate groups, sects, schools of thought or denominations.


Noun : (derogatory) Excessive patriotism, eagerness for national superiority; jingoism.

Noun : (derogatory) Unwarranted bias, favoritism, or devotion to one's own particular group, cause, or idea.


Noun : One who believes in the use of military force.


Noun : Any right-wing, authoritarian, nationalist ideology characterized by centralized, totalitarian governance, strong regimentation of the economy and society, and repression of criticism or opposition.

Noun : (by extension, derogatory) Any system of strong autocracy or oligarchy usually to the extent of bending and breaking the law, race-baiting, and/or violence against largely unarmed populations.

Noun : (figurative, derogatory) Any extreme reliance on or enforcement of rules and regulations.


Noun : (uncountable, often derogatory) The act or practice of moralizing (making moral reflections or judging the morality of others).

Noun : (countable, often derogatory) A maxim or saying believed by the speaker to embody a moral truth; an instance of moralizing.

Noun : (uncountable, dated) Religious practice that focuses on morality while placing little emphasis on doctrine or the metaphysical; adherence to a system of morality with little or no reference to religion.


Noun : Process of tribalizing.


Noun : A philosophical movement formed as a cultural reaction against positivism in the early 20th century.


Noun : ethnocentrism


Noun : The principle or practice of corporate action; (in later use chiefly) specifically, a political ideology which advocates for government and social organization by collective interest groups.

Noun : (derogatory, possibly nonstandard) The influence or effects of large business corporations.


Noun : A person who advocates the exclusion of someone or something


Noun : A type of nationalism which defines the nation in terms of a shared ethnicity.


Noun : Adherence to the established religion, or to established codes of conduct

Noun : The use of public institutions in health care and social services


Noun : Concern only with issues inasmuch as they affect one as an individual; self-interest.


Noun : A political ideology that favours progress towards better conditions in society.


Noun : (uncountable) Belief in, or support of, the principles of the political right.

Noun : (countable) An act or statement supporting the political right.


Noun : A proponent of non-intervention.


Noun : One who advocates an aggressive nationalism; one who vociferously supports a nation's military aims.


Noun : Characteristic qualities of a bigot: (especially religious, anti-religious or racial) intolerant prejudice, opinionatedness, or fanaticism; fanatic intolerance.

Noun : (dated) Obstinate prejudice or opinionatedness.


Noun : (politics) A belief in (usually racial) segregation.


Noun : The condition of being nonaligned


Noun : the quality of being selfish; the condition of putting one's own interests before those of others.


Noun : Love of one's country; devotion to the welfare of one's compatriots; passion which inspires one to serve one's country.

Noun : The actions of a patriot

Noun : The desire to compete with other nations; nationalism.


Noun : A policy of (especially social or cultural) integration.


Noun : The obsolete name for a psychotic disorder, now called delusional disorder, often (in one of 6 subtypes) characterized by delusions of persecution and perceived threat against the individual affected with the disorder, and often associated with false accusations and general mistrust of others

Noun : Extreme, irrational distrust of others.


Noun : The political position of reflexively rejecting a policy or proposal.

Noun : The alleged refusal by Arabs to recognize the legitimacy of the national rights of the Jewish people.


Noun : The condition of being unipolar.


Noun : (usually uncountable) The view that all endeavours are devoid of objective meaning.

Noun : (usually uncountable) The rejection of, or opposition to, religious beliefs, (inherent or objective) moral principles, legal rules, etc., often due to the view that life is meaningless (sense 1).

Noun : (usually uncountable, politics) The rejection of non-proven or non-rationalized assertions in the social and political spheres of society.


Noun : an attraction to or love of foreign people, manners or culture

Noun : (science fiction) love (especially sexual love) between humans and extraterrestrials


Noun : The control or domination by a powerful country over weaker ones (especially former colonies) by the use of economic pressure, political suppression and cultural dominance.


Noun : Promoting the good of one division, department or subgroup over that of the whole.

Noun : (politics) Promoting the good of one region over that of the nation.


Noun : The idea that all of humanity belongs to a single moral community.


Noun : A movement that supports conservation, especially that of natural resources


Noun : The use or development of the intellect.

Noun : (philosophy) The doctrine that knowledge is derived from pure reason.

Noun : (sociology) The use of mental attributes as a criterion or value.


Noun : The quality of being fractious; trouble-making; unruliness.

Noun : A peevish or cranky nature.


Noun : political or economic inactivity, often a result of ultraconservative policies


Noun : The state or quality of being primitive.

Noun : The opinion that life was better or more moral among primitive peoples, or among children, and has deteriorated with civilization.

Noun : Any of a group of related styles in the arts, influenced by a belief in the superiority of primitive forms.

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