In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They fail to pursue collaborative strategies because they expect the other members of the anarchic system to pursue competitive strategies.
- The guile with which opposition leaders have packaged, branded and represented the Cedar Revolution has been an anarchic tour de force.
- Unfortunately, the alternative to a single superpower is not a multilateral utopia but the anarchic nightmare of a new Dark Age.
- It is true that I wouldn't advocate the rule of the anarchic mob any more than the Cat.
- Outside the cities, in the towns and villages, the situation is even more anarchic with local militia leaders and tribal chiefs battling for control.
- Venetian art is so supple, sensual, lavish with colour: and so anarchic with the rules of genre.
- But beyond is an anarchic order in which regional powers and non-state actors complicate traditional notions of deterrence.
- The very notion of a free market in legal services conjures up the image of anarchic gang warfare or rule by organized crime…
- The subway became a symbol of anarchic ruin, ruled over by criminally undisciplined dark-skinned youths.
- On the contrary, it is only by virtue of the irrational and anarchic nature of the profit system that such a development could take place.
- More fundamentally, the protracted power outage demonstrated the anarchic state of the electrical power system as a whole.
- He is astonished by the stunted lives and anarchic behaviour of Londoners through history, never questioning why they are like this.
- Scholars often characterize international relations as the interaction of sovereign states in an anarchic world.
- First, the international system is anarchic and based on the principle of self-help.
- Realists portray the world as one that is dominated by states; it is anarchic, in the sense that states, being sovereign actors, recognize no higher authority.
- While there is no question that his verbiage is infuriating at times, I think it's a mistake to see him as nothing but an anarchic, anti-rationalist nihilist.
- Capitalism at the beginning of the 21st century is again creating such situations, with its anarchic globalisation of production and finance.
- It is the drive for profit and the anarchic nature of capitalist development that creates concrete monstrosities on pristine sites of natural beauty.
- The wildly anarchic chaos created by the Marx Brothers at their best was a breath of fresh air, and their contempt for authority figures struck a chord with Milligan.
- Of course, this anarchic competition among rival capitals could destroy us all, bosses included, in a nuclear catastrophe.
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