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Balkanization

Balkanization (German) [edit]

Noun, f[To edit]

Word separation:

Bal ka ni sieung, plural: Bal ka ni sie ungen

Pronunciation:

IPA: [balkaniˈziːʁʊŋ]
Audio samples: Balkanization (Info)
Rhymes: -iːʁʊŋ

Meanings:

[1] political catchphrase that stands for the fragmentation of larger political and economic structures

Origin:

The term Balkanization originally referred to the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, especially its territory on the Balkan Peninsula, promoted by the great powers of the time before the First World War. This term later became independent.[1]
Derivation from the stem of the verb Balkanize with the derivative-ung

Examples:

[1] “With the emergence of a large number of states in Africa in the course of decolonization after the Second World War, observers of this development often spoke of one Balkanization Africa. "[2]

Characteristic word combinations:

[1] the Balkanization of Africa

Translations [edit]

[1] Wikipedia article "Balkanization"
[1] The Free Dictionary "Balkanization"
[*] Online vocabulary information system for German "Balkanization"
[1] Duden online "Balkanization"
[1] Digital dictionary of the German language "Balkanization"
[1] Brockhaus encyclopedia in twenty-four volumes. Nineteenth, completely revised edition. Second volume: APU – BEC, F.A. Brockhaus GmbH, Mannheim 1987, ISBN 3-7653-1102-2, DNB 870173111, page 513, article "Balkanization"

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  1. to: Brockhaus encyclopedia in twenty-four volumes. Nineteenth, completely revised edition. Second volume: APU – BEC, F.A. Brockhaus GmbH, Mannheim 1987, ISBN 3-7653-1102-2, DNB 870173111, page 513, article "Balkanization"
  2. Brockhaus encyclopedia in twenty-four volumes. Nineteenth, completely revised edition. Second volume: APU – BEC, F.A. Brockhaus GmbH, Mannheim 1987, ISBN 3-7653-1102-2, DNB 870173111, page 513, article "Balkanization"