One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
adjective & noun
- ‘It is not only possible but wholly sensible for a committed European to be an equally committed Atlanticist.’
- ‘But he also recognises that the Atlanticist project has a great appeal to part of the left.’
- ‘In contrast to Edward Heath she was more of an Atlanticist than a European.’
- ‘Above all, it is precisely the Atlanticist, Blairite kind of economics that French voters rejected on Sunday.’
- ‘Fischer, a convinced Atlanticist, vigorously objects to posing Europe against the United States.’
- ‘I am an American and an Atlanticist who believes in the U.N. and in NATO.’
- ‘Whilst Cooper doesn't show any hint of Euroscepticism and is faithful to the party line, it is plain that the influences on her political thought are very much Atlanticist.’
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