One who believes that the business, personal affairs and destiny of his/her comparatively weak neighbor, could and should be more efficiently managed through the forcible intervention and operational restructuring of an outside influence, namely, the power that said imperialist represents. This, the imperialist believes, would inevitably prove to be advantageous to both parties.
Although history is filled with such individuals, three in particular stand out among the most prominent of imperialists.
1) Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821); Emperor of France, master of Europe.
2) Genghis Khan (1167-1227); commander of the “Golden Horde”, self-proclaimed and unchallenged “universal ruler”.
3) Howard Schultz (1953---?); chairman and chief global strategist of Starbucks, the leading retailer, roaster and brand of specialty coffee in the world.