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  1. An ideology which claims that the military is the foundation of a society's security, and thereby its most important aspect.
  2. A focus on, or excessive use of, military force.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “Based on this standpoint, we oppose every form of militarism and nationalism.”
      “We must concentrate on creating conditions to restrain militarism and military adventurism in the world.”
      “The film functions best in its role as a critique of militarism, jingoism and fundamentalism.”
  1. A form of entertainment that features or celebrates the military.
  1. The process whereby some area of land or procedure becomes controlled by the military or administered in a military fashion.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The domestic consequence of this foreign policy is the regimentation and militarization of American life and the drift toward authoritarian rule.”
      “From the Manchurian crisis of 1931 onwards a perceptible militarization of the economy took place.”
      “The existence of armed forces does not automatically lead to militarization.”
  1. Military items, especially collectibles.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The museum housed a number of muskets, medals, and other militariana.”
  1. Military or police artifacts.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Aside from their spectacular and noisy arena show, they also exhibit static displays of their personal collections of militaria.”
      “He collected paintings and sculpture, but he had a special eye for objets d' art and interior furnishings and a passion for militaria.”
      “Yorkshire's newest museum has been opened by a builder-turned-curator who has spent over 40 years collecting militaria.”
  1. One who believes in the use of military force.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Whether you are a pacifist or a militarist, a Republican or a Democrat, an American or European, you're a security consumer.”
      “Our foreign policy was about to take a sharp unilateralist and militarist turn.”
      “Superficially, he seemed at different times to be an ardent liberal or a reactionary militarist.”
  1. Alternative form of militarization
  2. Examples:
    1. “What link do you see between war and militarisation on the one hand and globalisation on the other?”
      “While there, I saw what ethnic conflict and the militarisation of gang warfare can mean in a community.”
      “The French people expressed no respect for the dictates of foreign monarchs, and the threat of force merely hastened their militarisation.”
  1. The jargon of the military.
  1. The state or condition of being military.
  2. Examples:
    1. “They announce their militariness by their uniform and position.”
      “Only a complete pacifist could validly condemn militariness.”
  1. plural of militarization
  1. plural of militarisation
  1. plural of militaryism
  1. plural of militarist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The account ends with the Tang Dynasty's collapse into a welter of provincial militarists.”
      “A government controlled by militarists is in some ways more dangerous than one controlled by the military.”
      “They rebuilt the arsenal, previously dismantled by agreement among the militarists.”
  1. plural of military
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  3. Examples:
    1. “It is a pecking order that originated in militaries, entered schools, and now is a social system of the Second World.”
      “He certainly would not agree with Steinbruner that all national militaries must be equalized in capabilities and force structure.”
      “Moreover, it is a mistake to think that militaries rule without civilian allies.”
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