|NOUN || autocracy | autocracies |
|SYNO ||autarchy | autocracy|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- referred to what we call today Elite Theory as simply "autocracy".
- He was one of five Decembrists executed for their roles in attempting to reform the Russian autocracy towards a constitutional form of government.
- The dominant ideology of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia was frequently expressed in the tripartite motto, "Orthodoxy, autocracy and nationality" (...).
- It respects the historical memory as a part of the national cultural identity and thus rejects lining up behind autocracy, communism and fascism.
- "Autarky" is less likely to be confused with autocracy (Greek: αὐτoκρατία "government by single absolute ruler") than autarchy (Greek: αὐταρχία – the idea of rejecting government and ruling oneself and no other).
- The autocracy was exploited by government officials ("chinovniki") for their own benefit.
- Miller, multiparty autocratic elections predict significantly better outcomes on health, education, gender equality, and basic freedoms relative to non-electoral autocracy.
- Professor Isabel de Madariaga (1919–2014) expanded this idea to explain the oprichnina as Ivan's attempt to subordinate all independent social classes to the autocracy.
- From the end of 1904, Gapon started to cooperate with radicals who championed the abolition of Tsarist autocracy.
- To this end, they have issued a declaration protesting what they see as a drift toward autocracy by the presidential regime of Vladimir Putin.
- Yasaskara, the son of Prabhakaradeva was instead chosen. This brought an end to the Utpala dynasty and would set the stage for Didda's autocracy.
- Sezan became involved with drama in 1987, when the anti-autocracy movement was at its peak, writing and directing street plays as a part of the anti-autocracy revolution.
- Vienna for the limitation of the monopoly and autocracy of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
- With the increasing democratic backsliding and autocracy in Venezuela during the administration of Nicolás Maduro, the country faced growing international isolation.
- France at that time was still an autocracy based on the divine right of kings.
- The lack of universal adherence to his religion did not sit well with Louis XIV's vision of perfected autocracy.
- Historians of different backgrounds have criticised the concept of tsarist autocracy in its various forms.
- Danilevsky promoted autocracy and imperialistic expansion as part of Russian national interest. Leontiev believed in a police state [...] to prevent European influences from reaching Russia.
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