39 examples of Abdication in a sentence
People tend to think of prohibition as the ultimate form of regulation when in fact it represents the
of regulation with criminals filling the void.
The dance of our glances, challenge, abdication, effacement, the perfume of our consternation.
As biopic films go, this one has taken a lot of liberties in order to produce an entertainment that will be appreciated by people that didn't know many of the details which surrounded the
of the heir of the English throne in the 1930s.
But such an
would be historically – and dangerously – shortsighted.
by Qatar’s Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani in June 2013, and his replacement as Emir by his son Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, failed to satisfy Saudi expectations of change in Qatari foreign policy.
There is no doubt that Russia and China will benefit, at least in the short term, from America’s
It was a shocking
War-weary Germans began to demand the Kaiser’s
For Remainers not to make the case for EEA membership, when they had previously been in favor of remaining in the EU, is an astonishing
We economists tend to view
of US world leadership as a historic mistake.
Instead, it is rooted in Germany’s
of any sense of shared responsibility for Europe, despite boasting as robust an economy as it has had since 1945.
The danger in these operations is not the potential abuse of power - not the imposition by an elite of its interests and views on a mass - but the
of power, or perhaps one should say the disintegration of power.
And then those who bought these mortgages never bothered to investigate their underlying value – a spectacular
of managerial responsibility.
The Case for Constructive PopulismWASHINGTON, DC – The Brexit vote has unleashed a huge amount of commentary on anti-establishment politics, the failure of experts, the
of the left, and much else.
in 1918, German Kaiser Wilhelm II did not need to pretend to be unstable; he really was.
No Israeli government will risk making a far-reaching peace offer to a Palestinian Authority whose rule is characterized by
of leadership under Trump raises an obvious question: What good is it to be the world’s dominant power if, in the face of the greatest global challenges, its government chooses to condemn itself to powerlessness?2008 Revisited?
This may strike some as an
The death of Kuwait’s ruler, Sheikh Jaber al-Sabah, on January 15, 2006, was followed by unprecedented national disquiet, which led to the rapid
of his designated successor, Saad Al Sabah.
The Crown Prince’s
Globalization with Chinese CharacteristicsBERKELEY – US President Donald Trump’s erratic unilateralism represents nothing less than
of global economic and political leadership.
Laurence Tubiana of the European Climate Foundation, echoing the view of every other government in the world, decried Trump’s decision in June to withdraw the US from the 2015 Paris climate agreement, portraying it as a tragic and unprecedented
of global leadership.
Every act of deference thus becomes an
of one’s own intellectual authority.
The poorly attended emergency meeting of European foreign ministers following the US election is a stark reminder of just how far Europe has to go to fill the gaping hole that Trump’s
of America’s global responsibilities would create.
And Mohyeldin can sound like Robert F. Kennedy: when the cry rose up from Tahrir Square hailing Mubarak’s abdication, he commented, “One man stepped down and eighty million people stepped up.”
Diplomacy and Double StandardsCANBERRA – When does acceptable diplomatic caution and realism become indefensible
of moral standards?
To rely instead on central banks to refloat the US and European economies is an
of responsibility that will cost us dearly in the future.
What it cannot survive is an
of interest by the US Congress.
But nor could he abstain or call for others to do so, since this would not only favor Keiko, but would also be a de facto
of the intellectuel engagé’s responsibility.
Prohibition in fact represents the