Atlanticism


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Atlanticism

advocacy of close cooperation in military, political, and economic matters between Western Europe, esp the UK and the US
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Giving examples of the American Manifest Destiny, Monroe Doctrine, the recent aggression against Yugoslavia, as well as Francis Fukuyama's 'end of history' thesis, he justifies Russian expansionism with an urgent mobilization of strategic, economic and socio-cultural resources which to him is the only correct response to the blatant Atlanticism. "Such response is necessary for Russia if it does not want to be taken out of history by the iron hand of the builders of the 'New World Order'".43
But they are surely right to assume the best days of Atlanticism are in the past.
This would certainly not be the last time that Atlanticism would combine American economic dominance with revolutionary rhetoric and the designation of an antidemocratic enemy.
For a thoughtful essay on this "Atlantic turn" for Jewish historians see Adam Sutcliffe, "Jewish History in an age of Atlanticism," in Atlantic Diasporas, 18-30.
The Eurasianists believe that only a strong Russia, working together with all those who oppose Atlanticism worldwide, can stop them and bring about the multipolar world they desire.
The answer might have to do with the extent of these renegade provinces' ambitions and the degree of threat they pose to the ideological unity of the empire's core territories--that is, in our time, the Euro-Atlantic world and its unifying creed of progressive, liberal globalism (the "New Atlanticism," in the terminology of the University of Kent's Richard Sakwa).
Ellwood, David (2010), "What Winning Stories Teach: The Marshall Plan and Atlanticism as Enduring Narratives", in Marco Mariano, ed., Defining the Atlantic Community, Routledge, 111-131.
At the core of Dugin's theory--much of it cribbed from 20th century reactionaries and proto-fascists, with an added dose of mystical apocalyptics--is the conviction that "Eurasian" Russia must lead the resistance to "Atlanticism," viewed as literally demonic in its promotion of sin and secularism.
He also shows the importance of the symbiotic relationship that developed between American and German amnesty advocates and how postwar Atlanticism was based on not just democracy and antitotalitarianism, but anti-Semitism, a belief that Nazi Germany fought to defend Western civilization against obolshevism,o and Anglo-American fascination with German military prowess.
https://teachingtrans atlanticism.tcu.edu/teaching-transadantic.
Greene's central contention is that when it came to Israel/Palestine, Blair's views 'hardened over time', in keeping with his changing ideas about the nature of political Islam, which Greene claims were 'rooted in a world view that blended Christian Socialism, Atlanticism and neo-liberalism' (p.