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unilateral +‎ -ist



unilateralist (comparative more unilateralist, superlative most unilateralist)

  1. Supporting or advocating unilateralism
    • 2009 January 25, James Mann, “At the White House, What’s Old May Be New”, in New York Times[1]:
      Yet he emerged as the driving force for the administration’s unilateralist policies.
    • 2009 March 1, Samuel J. Spiegel, Philippe Le Billon, “China’s weapons trade: from ships of shame to the ethics of global resistance”, in International Affairs[2]:
      the US is hegemonic, unilateralist, dismissive of international law and the United Nations



unilateralist (plural unilateralists)

  1. A supporter of unilateralism.
    • 2009 September 26, Mark Landler, “Israeli Ambassador Draws on American Roots”, in New York Times[3]:
      “I am the last of the standing unilateralists,” Mr. Oren declared in a lecture in March at Georgetown University, where he was a visiting professor in Jewish studies until being named ambassador.