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İngilizce - Türkçe

Heart of Darkness ırkçılık kadar emperyalizm hakkında önemli sorular yükseltir. - Heart of Darkness raises important questions about imperialism, as well as racism.

Biz Amerikan emperyalizminden bıktık. - We are tired of American imperialism.

{i} yayılımcılık
{i} imparatorluk sistemi

Avrupalı emperyalist güçlere karşı yapılan Türk İstiklal Savaşı 1919'dan 1923'e kadar devam etti. - Turkish war of independence against Eurpean imperialist powers had lasted from 1919 to 1923.

cultural imperialism
Kültür Emperyalizmi, bir emperyalizm yöntemidir. Kültür kalıpları, ekonomik, siyasal ya da toplumsal olsun bir toplumun ana değerlerinin göstergesidir. Kültür emperyalizmi bir ülkenin kendi kültürel değerlerini ve ideolojisini başka bir ülkenin halkına benimsetmesidir
anti imperialism
anti emperyalizm
{i} sömürgecilik taraftarı

Onlar politik amaçlarına ulaşmak için sömürgeci güçlere yaranmaya çalışmaktadırlar. - They are trying to cozy up to imperialist forces in order to achieve their political aims.

{s} emperyalist
(sıfat) emperyalist
emperyalist bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
The policy of forcefully extending a nation's authority by territorial gain or by the establishment of economic and political dominance over other nations
The policy, practice, or advocacy of extending the power and dominion of a nation especially by direct territorial acquisitions or by gaining indirect control over the political or economic life of other areas; extension or imposition of power, authority, or influence
distant, territory or dependencies, or by the closer union of parts more or less independent of each other for operations of war, copyright, internal commerce, etc
The power or character of an emperor; imperial authority; the spirit of empire
national policy of conquest of other regions or peoples for the purpose of extending political and economic control and of exploiting the resources of other regions or people
the practice by which powerful nations or peoples seek to extend and maintain control or influence over weaker nations or peoples
any instance of aggressive extension of authority a political orientation that advocates imperial interests a policy of extending your rule over foreign countries
a political orientation that advocates imperial interests
{i} practice of expanding the authority and power of a country by acquiring territory or dominating the economic and political systems of other countries; empire's system of government
The practice, by a country of acquiring and administering colonies and dependencies after it has achieved national unity and embarked upon commercial or industrial expansion
is any relationship of effective domination or control, political or economic, direct or indirect, of one country over another, such that the dominated country loses autonomy
The drive toward the creation and expansion of a colonial empire and, once established, its perpetuation (de Blij & Muller, 1996) Infrastructure The foundations of a society: urban centers, transport networks, communications, energy, distribution systems, farms, factories, mines and such facilities as schools, hospitals, postal services, and police and armed forces (de Blij & Muller, 1996)
any instance of aggressive extension of authority
Imperialism is a system in which a rich and powerful country controls other countries, or a desire for control over other countries. State policy, practice, or advocacy of extending power and dominion, especially by direct territorial acquisition or by gaining political and economic control of other areas. Because imperialism always involves the use of power, often in the form of military force, it is widely considered morally objectionable, and the term accordingly has been used by states to denounce and discredit the foreign policies of their opponents. Imperialism in ancient times is clear in the unending succession of empires in China, western Asia, and the Mediterranean. Between the 15th century and the middle of the 18th, England, France, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain built empires in the Americas, India, and the East Indies. Russia, Italy, Germany, the United States, and Japan became imperial powers in the period from the middle of the 19th century to World War I. The imperial designs of Japan, fascist Italy, and Nazi Germany in the 1930s culminated in the outbreak of World War II. After the war the Soviet Union consolidated its military and political control of the states of eastern Europe (see Iron Curtain). From the early 20th century the U.S. was accused of imperialism for intervening in the affairs of developing countries in order to protect the interests of U.S.-owned international corporations (see United Fruit Co.). Economists and political theorists have debated whether imperialism benefits the states that practice it and whether such benefits or other reasons ever justify a state in pursuing imperialist polices. Some theorists, such as Niccolò Machiavelli, have argued that imperialism is the justified result of the natural struggle for survival among peoples. Others have asserted that it is necessary in order to ensure national security. A third justification for imperialism, offered only infrequently after World War II, is that it is a means of liberating peoples from tyrannical rule or bringing them the blessings of a superior way of life. See also colonialism; sphere of influence
Control of other countries by a dominant nation
The policy of forcefully extending a nations authority by territorial gain or by the establishment of economic and political dominance over other nations
economic control gained through the corporate organization of nation states
The policy, practice, or advocacy of seeking, or acquiescing in, the extension of the control, dominion, or empire of a nation, as by the acquirement of new, esp
a policy of extending your rule over foreign countries
Any belief or practice which opposes imperialism
cultural imperialism
the practice of imposing the culture of one country on another, especially if the latter is being invaded by the former
of, or relating to imperialism
(Politika Siyaset) Ultra-imperialism, or occasionally hyperimperialism, is a potential phase of capitalism described by Karl Kautsky. Kautsky elucidated his theory in the September 1914 issue of Die Neue Zeit. He described the current phase of capitalism as imperialism. In Marxist theory, imperialism consists of capitalist states superexploiting labour in agrarian regions in order to increase both the imperialist nation's productivity and their market. However, imperialism also required capitalist states to introduce protectionist measures and to defend their empires militarily. He believed that this was the ultimate cause of World War I
a believer in imperialism
{i} one who supports imperialism (expansion of national territory through the establishment of colonies); one who supports an imperial form of government
An advocate of imperialism
of or relating to imperialism; "imperialistic wars"
Imperialist means relating to or based on imperialism. The developed nations have all benefited from their imperialist exploitation. An imperialist is someone who has imperialist views
One who serves an emperor; one who favors imperialism
of or relating to imperialism; "imperialistic wars"
{s} supporting imperialism (expansion of national territory through the establishment of colonies); supporting an imperial form of government
Of or pertaining to imperialism or imperialists; favoring imperialism
disapproval If you describe a country as imperialistic, you disapprove of it because it wants control over other countries
of or relating to imperialism; "imperialistic wars
In an imperialistic manner
plural of imperialist



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