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expansionism

the doctrine or practice of expanding the economy or territory of a country
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Why then not seek to have this arbitrated by them or some other international institution, rather than mimic, albeit more politely, British expansionism?
Chinese military expansionism is certainly problematic for ASEAN members, especially for those with territorial claims in the SCS (Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines and Brunei), but many of them have also benefited greatly from China's economic development.
But aggressive expansionism that threaten to trample on the sacred percepts of international law, and done at the expense of smaller, less powerful nations, must at all times, be met with diplomatic resistance," Robredo stressed.
Al-Qaeda is a more serious threat than Iran's non-existent expansionism is.
Iran's economy is weak, and there is growing domestic opposition in Iran to Islamist regime's costly foreign expansionism.
Speaking alongside Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at a press conference, President Macron called for 'greater efforts to limit Iran's ballistic activity and regional expansionism.' (AFP) Paris: France and Saudi Arabia were aligned on counter-terrorism, Syria, and the importance of cultural exchanges, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and French President Emmanuel Macron said at a joint press conference on Tuesday at the Elysee Palace in Paris.
Summary: President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday that France agreed with Saudi Arabia on the need to curb Iranian "expansionism" in the Middle East.
The bookAEs readership includes scholars and students in womenAEs studies, art history, frontier expansionism, American history, the American South, and American studies.
The trip also cannot avoid the context of China's increasing expansionism into Africa.
AJK banged with protest rallies and demonstrations in all major cities and towns after Jumma (Friday) prayers against the United States of America for her increased but abortive nefarious hegemonic designs of expansionism to 'rule' the world through such latest, what the protest rallies declared, forced, uncalled for and unwarranted move in the occupied Palestine.
Iran's military expansionism of late encompasses a host of activities: pursuing illegal means to expand its nuclear and ballistic missile technology and expertise; continuing to test its longer range and increasingly sophisticated ballistic missile; and building underground facilities in Lebanon to manufacture missiles and other weapons for its most powerful terrorist client Hezbollah.
Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio of the Supreme Court says he has a 'civic duty' to sound the alarm: The Philippines may lose the West Philippine Sea, including 80 percent of its exclusive economic zone and 100 percent of its extended continental shelf, if it does nothing to stop China's creeping expansionism in the region.