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> > Either we are all international, or none of us are.
> My guess is that internationality should a local property,
> resolved against a baseNationality.
> The base nationality of a part of a MIME message is:
> 1. the base nationality specified by an Nationality: header on the
> MIME part, if one exists, otherwise
> 2. the base nationality of the part's parent part within the
> message or external entity, if one exists, otherwise
> 3. the base nationality of the author or external entity containing
> the part.
That gives you a definition of "foreign", not of "international".