autarchy

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autarchy

1. unlimited rule; autocracy
2. self-government; self-rule

autarchy

  1. absolute sovereignty or despotic rule.
  2. see AUTARKY.
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Perhaps a similar Fascist alliance of autarchic capitalism and pre-industrial resistance to cosmopolitan modernity is at the base of the terrifyingly effective international network of Al Qaeda, financed by dissident Saudi capital hostile to the Saudi oil elite's cosy relationship with the West.
Others may flourish in a more self-reliant or autarchic way.
concluding that "the Carolingian age was the decisive period in the revolutionary transition from autarchic to collectivized, socialized monasticism.
This contrasted sharply with Pyongyang's autarchic economic policies, which have led to near economic collapse.
Be it noted that, just as Soviet researchers intensively studied the Mercantilism of the 17th and 18th century to help plan the autarchic Soviet economy that began in the 1920s, so currently the New Deal is being scrutinized as a possible model for a recovery strategy.
So it was no surprise that the development of poetic experimentation and "research" in the last fifteen years has been autarchic, shifting its barycenter from major urban centers to geographic areas that are ostensibly marginal but extremely active.
The book deals with the stability of a small German state - the County of Hohenlohe in southern Franconia - that never experienced the military fiscality over extended periods that forced peasants and townsmen out of autarchic modes of production and perception.
The alternative for issuers who are not active is to consume nothing [Mathematical Expression Omitted], which can be interpreted as the proceeds of some alternative autarchic activity.
Rising water scarcity dooms autarchic food-security strategies: a rising share of water must be used for domestic and industrial use, leaving less for agriculture.
1] And if they are autarchic - if they are capable of free choice - then, Benn insisted, the principle of non-interference pertains to them.
After the foundation of the New Republic in 1923, Turkey adopted an inward looking, autarchic political economic system which was based on an etatist ideology.
Unlike the autarchic governments of the past, the increasingly integrated economies in Latin America are making it harder for the current governments to suddenly shift policy gears due to the political and economic repercussions in the region.