Meaning of transnationalism in English:

transnationalism

noun

See transnational

‘But my research, and that of others, suggests that the traditional model that informs immigration policy can't deal with transnationalism.’
  • ‘But during the millennium and start of the 21st century, demonstrations against globalism have been on the rise, responding to rapid developments in transnationalism.’
  • ‘Some theories of transnationalism are extremely immaterial.’
  • ‘How might the competing forces of transnationalism and movement be squared with the necessity for reasonable levels of access to services and institutions?’
  • ‘The third generation of liberal institutional scholarship was the transnationalism and complex interdependence of the 1970s.’