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conjuncture

(MARXISM) the balance of forces, particular ideologies, patterns of class consciousness, class interests, articulation of MODES OF PRODUCTION, etc, that in combination make up a particular pattern of social and economic CONTRADICTIONS, the ‘moment in history’, which may or may not be favourable to social change.
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It attends to the promises for the future that have unravelled in the austerity conjuncture, and the new modes of expectation that have been offered and embraced in their place.
Conjuncture: During the first 10 years in office, the AKP was perceived as a government that would serve as a model for the region, particularly thanks to the Bush doctrine.
Japan is situated at the conjuncture of several tectonic plates and experiences a number of relatively violent quakes every year.
Arslan cited the main reason for staying away from the dialogue by what he termed as "summons to dialogue falling short of priorities dictated by the present political conjuncture." The Druze politician protested against "the lack of generating a new political system hinging on a defensive strategy stipulating active confrontation with Israeli aggression." Arslan duly rejected out of hand any notion calling for disarming Hizbullah and gave utmost priority to the security plan approved by the government.
[It has been affected by] the Gezi incidents, the foreign conjuncture, and regional developments in Syria and Egypt ...
Released results reflect the negative conjuncture and expectations in steel industry.
Summary: At the current conjuncture, the lack of job opportunities in Morocco can be a lurking threat to the government's viability and, eventually, to the country's stability.
It is a problem for French politicians who are resisting to understand Turkey's place in international conjuncture too, said Bagis, adding that this resolution was obviously an effort of domestic political exploitation.
According to her, the thing that leaves a bitter taste is the nonchalant attitude of the government towards Brussels' criticisms and the lack of critical pressure for this attitude and losing the sense of cooperation increased the opposition's criticism towards the government's conjuncture. The worse thing is that not even one dignified critic was found in the Albanian camp.
The Turkish passenger vessel "Marmara" which set sail toward Gaza as part of the Freedom Flotilla Convoy arrived to the point of conjuncture of the convoy's vessels in the Mediterranean, south of Cyprus.Marmara joined ranks with three freighters that set sail last Saturday in the international waters toward Cyprus and these vessels are Bader, Rachel Corrie, an Irish cargo ship, and the ship 8000.These four vessels are set to join their counterparts in the flotilla withing the coming few hours to set off toward Gaza afterwards.Marmara, with a capacity of more than 1,000 passengers, started overnight its voyage to Gaza passing by Cyprus.
A conjuncture is a period during which the different social, political, economic and ideological contradictions that are at work in society come together to give it a specific and distinctive shape.
The IDB, in conjuncture with partner banks, will give up to USD50m to Banco Industrial e Comercial, or Bicbanco.