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    Isolationism is a usually Nation.png nationalist, Nonquadrant.png non-quadrant ideology, which believes that its nation's interests are the most important, and it wants to keep the affairs of other countries at a distance.

    The term "Isolationism" can be interpreted more broadly as a foreign policy of military and political non-interference in international affairs and in the internal affairs of sovereign states, coupled with Protect.png Economic Nationalism and cultural isolation, as well as with the impossibility of being in permanent Necon.png military alliances NeoComBall.png, while maintaining the possibility of participation in temporary military alliances that meet the current interests of the state and in permanent international organizations of a non-military nature.


    Cball-US.png USA Civlibert.png Plcn2.png

    The United States of America under President Coolidge.png Calvin Coolidge (from 1923 to 1929) was a great example of isolationism. Coolidge was a right-wing libertarian that wanted to shrink the government in many ways, especially by allowing more civil liberties, democracy, and capitalism to flourish. Coolidge also greatly reduced the US military budget to lower the US's impact on the world stage. He also rose tariffs to a MASSIVE extent to protect domestic industry. Basically, he wanted the United States to have an extremely small to non-existent impact on the rest of the world.

    Cball-Albania.png Albania Hoxha.png

    Main article: Hoxha.png Hoxhaism


    Cball-Japan.png Japan

    Between 1641 and 1853, the feudal Cball-Tokugawa.png Tokugawa Shogunate of Japan pursued a policy called Kaikin, which forbade any contact with foreign countries. Despite that, Japan maintained limited trade and diplomatic relations with Cball-Qing.png Imperial China, the Cball-Joseon.png Joseon dynasty, and nearby Cball-Ryukyu.png Ryukyu Islands, as well as the Cball-DutchRepublic.png Dutch Republic, Japan's only Western trading partner for most of the period.

    Cball-Joseon.png Korea Juche.png

    Main article: Juche.png Juche

    In the mid-1860s, Regent Heungseon Daewongun, father of Emperor Gojong, pursued a policy of strict foreign policy isolation as he strengthened the army and began to equip it with the latest Japanese weapons, reorganized the military system, transformed the coast guard. The policy of isolation has strengthened Korean patriotism and protected their culture. Heungseon Daewongun was able to protect Joseon from cultural imperialism and westernization and thus protect Korea's heritage from it. He also wanted to avoid engaging with the West, which would have been inevitable if Western countries had been allowed to trade freely, as this would have worsened the state's influence.

    Modern-day Korean isolationism exists within the borders of Cball-North Korea.png North Korea and their Juche.png Juche ideology.

    Cball-Paraguay.png Paraguay DeFran.png

    Main article: DeFran.png De Francism

    Cball-Switzerland.png Switzerland

    In general, for most of its history, Cball-Switzerland.png Switzerland remained neutral in most military conflicts, including both World Wars. It also had a complicated relationship with the UN for a long time, with them not joining the organization until 2002 via a referendum.

    Following the traditional policy of neutrality, Switzerland in the 1950s and early 1960s faced difficulties in participating in various plans for European integration. In 1948, it joined the Organization for European Economic Cooperation, but refrained from joining the European Economic Community (what would later become the Cball-EU.png EU we know and "love" today). The obvious political goals of this organization were unacceptable to Switzerland. However, it became one of the founding members of the European Free Trade Association in 1959, and in 1963 joined the Council of Europe, once again demonstrating its interest in European cooperation. In 1972, a national referendum ratified a free trade agreement with the EU, which by 1977 had phased out tariffs on all industrial products.

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    Helv.png Helvetic Model Cball-Switzerland.png

    The Helvetic Model is an economically centre-right to right-wing and usually culturally right-leaning ideology.

    Helvetic Model puts its focus on low tax rates, openness for international trade, strict neutrality in wars and other international affairs, federalism, collective leadership in the executive, individualism, strong elements of direct democracy with frequent referendums, and low market intervention.

    Antiimp.png Non-Interventionism

    Non-Interventionism is a variant of Isolationism that supports a foreign policy that doesn't interfere in the domestic politics and affairs of other countries, mostly for anti-war and anti-imperialist reasons. But rejects total cultural isolation and can support free trade and/or peaceful internationalism.

    Niyazov.png Turkmen Model Cball-Turkmenistan.png

    Turkmen Model Is an economically center, totalitarian and culturally apathetic ideology. It is focused on a state capitalist economy focused on exporting natural resources, such as methane. It initially had a one-party system before deciding on a strong non-partisan executive.


    How to Draw

    Isolationism has two designs. One features a brick wall with barbed wire to represent isolation, and especially closed off borders. The other is simply the icon of Isolationism on 9Axes.

    Wall variant

    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill two thirds of it with dark green.
    3. Draw a dark grey brick wall and the barbed wire on top in the bottom third of the ball.
    4. Add the eyes.
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Dark Green #327D4B 50, 125, 75
    Very Dark Grey #191919 25, 25, 25

    Flag variant

    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill it with purple.
    3. Draw a silhouette of a waving flag
    4. Add the eyes
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Purple #9C27B0 156, 39, 176
    Very Dark Grey #191919 25, 25, 25




    • Globnat.png Alter-Globalization - The best form of globalism, but still cringe. At least he hates some of my enemies, though.
    • Modnat.png Patriotism - You don't go far enough, but at least you're not a globalist cuck.
    • Cap.png Capitalism & Soc.png Socialism - Economics are important, but I'm not really into this whole Cold War thing. In stand I’m staying Neutral.
    • Burmasoc.png Burmese Socialism - That's going a bit too far, you don't need to seal yourself entirely off from the world.
    • Trumpism.png Trumpism - You kept screaming "America First!" yet ended up tuning your back on me for Necon.png him.
    • Stalin.png Stalinism - You talked about Socialism in one country, but than ruined it by invading Poland.
    • Polpot.png Pol Potism - You said that you will isolate yourself from the world, then you invaded Vietnam.


    • Globeball.png Globalism - Economic globalization is an awful idea and it won't work.
    • Imp.png Imperialism - We shouldn't conquer nor invade other nations!
    • Jingoism.png Jingoism & Irridentism.png Irredentism - Fine, I'll say it again: We shouldn't conquer nor invade other nations!!! (Even if some of their territory was once ours.)
    • Neoliberal-icon.png Neoliberalism - The worst form of liberalism.
    • Statlib.png State Liberalism - This one is even worse than the guy above. No, I will not open up, and stop throwing rainbow rocks through my windows, bitch!
    • Necon.png Neoconservatism - The worst form of conservatism. Also, you conserve nothing at all!
    • Neobert.png Neo-Libertarianism - The worst form of libertarianism. Also you're weird.
    • Trot.png Trotskyism - The worst form of socialism! By the way he’s neocon, but communist.
    • Anat.png Anationalism - The worst form of anarchism. Also, you’re just literally Anarcho-Imperialism anyway.

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