militarism

[n] - aggressiveness that involves the threat of using military force
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Militarism

Mil'i·ta·rism noun [ Confer French militarisme .] 1. A military state or condition; reliance on military force in administering government; a military system. 2. The spirit and traditions of military life. H. Spencer.
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militarism

noun a political orientation of a people or a government to maintain a strong military force and to be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests
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Militarism

• (n.) A military state or condition; reliance on military force in administering government; a military system. • (n.) The spirit and traditions of military life.
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militarism

(from the article `Japan`) The notion that expansion through military conquest would solve Japan`s economic problems gained currency during the Great Depression of the 1930s. ... The militarism of herding societies has played a major role in history. As wealthy agricultural civilizations developed in the Fertile Crescent of ... ...to...
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militarism

militarism 1. A political orientation of a people or a government to maintain a strong military force and to be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests. 2. A high level of influence by military personnel and ideals on the government or policies of a country or state. 3. A government policy of investing heavily in a
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Militarism

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries political and military leaders reformed the US federal government to establish a stronger central government than had ever previously existed for the purpose of enabling the nation to pursue an imperial policy in the Pacific and in the Caribbean and economic militarism to support the development
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