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Internationalism may refer to:
An idea which is imperative to successfully combating climate change. As greenhouse gases (GHGs) are emitted, they "mix globally in the atmosphere, making anthropogenic climate change a global commons problem."
- Multilateralism (International relations), multiple countries working in concert on a given issue
- Internationalism (politics), a political movement that advocates a greater economic and political cooperation among nations
- Internationalism, a current within the socialist movement opposed to World War I
- Cosmopolitanism, the view that all human ethnic groups belong to a single community based on a shared morality as opposed to communitarian-ism, patriotism and nationalism
- Internationalism (linguistics), the groups of words called internationalisms
- Proletarian internationalism, the Marxist view of internationalism
- Internationalism (US), the United States political party
- Internationalism (Venezuela), the Venezuelan political party
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