Economic Imperialist

Economic Imperialist

A person or group that believes in or promotes a policy in which one country makes another dependent upon the first country's resources. This effectively gives one country control over another. See also: Imperialism.
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In this regard he joins other giants of economic thought who pushed the boundaries of the economic way of thinking into other fields: Tullock was the prototypical economic imperialist.
The G20 is a rather odd agglomeration, including a number of western imperialist nations many of whom are huge polluters and who have until recent times pursued economic imperialist interests with little visible regard for devastation of the environment.
Canadian-US relations were delicate after World War II, particularly with the United States unwilling to trust its ally with nuclear information and Canada regarding its larger neighbor as a cultural and economic imperialist.
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