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Economic nationalism

Economic nationalism is a form of nationalism that prioritizes the protection of a nation-state's domestic economic interests and independence in the face of globalism.[1] It often does this by reducing its imports from foreign lands, along with foreign investment, and favors domestic trade and investment.[2] It is related to protectionism, though the two are not necessarily mutually inclusive. Some liberal commentators consider economic nationalism to be synonymous to mercantilism and see it as a threat to the liberal and globalist economic world order.[3]

Notable examples of economic nationalists include Steve Bannon[4] and Donald Trump,[5] along with Matteo Salvini, Viktor Orbán, and Marine Le Pen, among others.

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  1. Economic Nationalism Law and Legal Definition. USlegal.com. Retrieved June 23, 2018.
  2. Economic nationalism. Cambridge Dictionary. Retrieved June 23, 2018.
  3. Gladding, Ian (April 25, 2018). Rise of Economic Nationalism and Its Implications. Lewis University. Retrieved June 23, 2018.
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