|NOUN || an autarky | autarkies |
|SYNO ||autarchy | autarky|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Parshev argues for the scaling down of Russian foreign trade, greater self-sufficiency and autarky, and for a return to more Soviet-style forms of management in economy and politics.
- His research is on the rising income inequality in Russia, including due to autarky.
- It published numerous articles alleging that the international banking system is run by money-manipulating conspirators and advocating national and personal autarky. It also supported distributivism.
- A policy of autarky tried to keep foreign currency in the country and establish a domestic film industry.
- According to The Economist, the Kirchners returned Argentina to "economic nationalism and near-autarky".
- Haushofer's version of autarky was based on the quasi-Malthusian idea that the earth would become saturated with people and no longer able to provide food for all.
- Autarky may be a policy of a state or some other type of entity when it seeks to be self-sufficient as a whole, but it also can be limited to a narrow field such as possession of a key raw material.
- The first part of the document noted Hitler's wish that Germany should strive for autarky, as he reasoned that reliance on others makes a state weak.
- The failure of the grand scheme became evident, however, when the economic goal of massive people's consumption revealed itself incompatible with the simultaneous political goals of autarky, re-armament and territorial expansion.
- Another thing in common among authoritarian socialist regimes was autarky.
- The harmony between business and the regime reached its peak when Mussolini declared the necessity for economic autarky in a speech to the National Assembly of Corporations in March 1936.
- In fact, the pursuit of full closure or "autarky" even counteracts the principle of the "external economies of scale".
- Monte Rosa Cabins mark a milestone in high alpine building presenting a high degree of energy autarky of over 90%, meaning that 90% of needed energy is obtained locally from renewable sources.
- Autarky exists whenever an entity can survive or continue its activities without external assistance.
- Ramonet has called for autarky and for regulation, taxes and tariffs that reduce international trade.
- General Karl Haushofer, who would adopt many of Kjellén's ideas, was not interested in economic policy but would advocate autarky as well; a nation constantly in struggle would demand self-sufficiency.
- BUF [...] and IFL [...] economic policies were isolationist, desiring Britain and its empire to be an autarky.
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