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Globalism vs. Internationalism

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Globalismnoun

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

Internationalismnoun

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

Globalismnoun

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

Internationalismnoun

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

Globalism

Globalism refers to various systems with scope beyond the merely international. It is used by political scientists, such as Joseph Nye, to describe While primarily associated with world-systems, it can be used to describe other global trends.

‘attempts to understand all the interconnections of the modern world—and to highlight patterns that underlie (and explain) them.’;

Internationalismnoun

The state or principles of international interests and intercourse.

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Internationalismnoun

The doctrines or organization of the International.

Internationalismnoun

the doctrine that nations should act independently (rather than collectively) to attain their goals

Internationalismnoun

quality of being international in scope;

‘he applauded the internationality of scientific terminology’;

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