Translation of autarchy in Spanish:

autarchy

autarquía, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɔˌtɑrki//ˈɔːtɑːki/

noun

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    autarquía feminine
    • But all forms of economic nationalism, from the policy of import substitution to the national autarchy of the Stalinist regime in the former USSR, have failed in the face of the increasing integration of the world economy.
    • The international perspectives which were behind the revolution of 1917 had nothing to do with the politics of national autarchy which were sanctioned in the Soviet Union in the middle of the 1920s.