counter-revolution


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counter-revolution

(ˌkaʊntəˌrɛvəˈluːʃən)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a revolution opposed to a previous revolution and aimed at reversing its effects
ˌcounter-ˌrevoˈlutionist n
Translations

counter-revolution

[ˈkaʊntərevəˈluːʃən] Ncontrarrevolución f

counter-revolution

[ˌkaʊntəˌrɛvəˈluːʃn] ncontrorivoluzione f
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Al-Nur pointed out that these unfortunate events occurred at a time when the Sudanese people are waiting for completion of the agreement on the constitutional document and realization of peace in the country, accusing the forces of counter-revolution, which aims to restore the former regime, of killing these children.
It also drew attention to the hard-line statements, the closure of Al Jazeera's office, the arrests, the threats to disperse the sit-in by force, and the indifference to make decisive decisions to stop the counter-revolution.
When a revolution fails to meet these goals, it will be followed by a counter-revolution. Labeling Edsa I as 'revolution'-when in fact it was not-created high expectations among our masses that it would be a revolution in the real sense, with changes in our social structure, redistribution of wealth and the end to poverty in our country, as I said in an earlier piece ('Edsa I was not a revolution,' Opinion, 2/18/16).
It would be tempting for some claiming to be Leftist-inclined to see in the Venezuela of today a 'counter-revolution'.
Among his topics are revolution in theory and practice, refusing revolution and empowering counter-revolution, misunderstanding revolution: (re)defining labor coercion, betraying revolution (again), and Marxism or postmodern precursor?
Famous for his lengthy speeches and verbosity, his all-time friend and Nobel Laureate, Gabriel Garcia Marquez once famously said, 'Fidel is addicted to words.' At one public gathering, after inflicting a crushing and humiliating defeat on the US orchestrated counter-revolution coup that was the Bay of Pig invasion, Fidel famously said, 'What the imperialists cannot forgive us is that we have made a Socialist revolution under their noses.'
And assuming Bolsonaro keeps his campaign pledges--a likely prospect considering his decades of walking the talk--Brazil is set to see a counter-revolution that could set the powerful communist and globalist movements in Latin America back by decades or more.
Pashinyan said that the adoption of the bill would mean "the official beginning of the counter-revolution."
Hayek), "Studies on the Abuse and Decline of Reason: Text and Documents" includes: The essay Individualism: True and False; Scientism and the Study of Society which provides the case studies; Followed by two essays of intellectual history: The Counter-Revolution of Science (his study of the history of scientism in France) and Comte and Hegel.
The revolution, which started as student protests organised to force President Viktor Yanukovych and Prime Minister Mykola Azarov to sign an association agreement with the European Union, overthrew the government and sparked a counter-revolution in Donbas region in Ukraine.
It could keep on going as if nothing has happened, relying on the help of the EU and perhaps Russia, and clinging to the hope that sanctions won't trigger a counter-revolution. It could restart its dash to a nuclear bomb, guaranteeing a war.
The latter ended up paying a heavy price: it lost both Iran and Syria as allies and was severely sanctioned by the powers that stood behind the counter-revolution.