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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of denationalize.


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  • They were "denationalized" and turned into stateless refugees in violation of the law of state succession.

    Upping the Anti - A Journal of Theory and Action

  • A few have performed better than expected—e.g., the auto bailouts, although a rapid private bankruptcy was preferable and GM and Chrysler are not yet denationalized successes.

    The Obama Presidency by the Numbers

  • Furthermore, when the RFC denationalized banks (at a profit to the American people), we subsequently had a stable, well-regulated private banking system for decades.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Grain

  • This year marks the 50th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness, and it is a fitting time to consider the current dimensions of this terrible problem, which first gained international attention when the Nazis systematically denationalized German Jews.

    Eric Schwartz: Recognizing Statelessness

  • Capital mobility causes plenty of mischief in our overly globalized world, but it's a myth that capital has been denationalized into free-floating ether.

    Ian Fletcher: A Review of Ha-Joon Chang's 23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism

  • Oversight and risk management improved dramatically at Bank Danamon under the watchful eyes of Singapore's Temasek (which bought a stake, now at 67%, when the bank was denationalized), and at Bank NISP under OCBC Bank of Singapore (which gradually acquired a majority last decade, as the founding family diluted its holding).

    Can Indonesians Bank on Reform?

  • While denationalized corporations and multinational elites would assumedly rule such a world from secure urban enclaves, the multitudes would be relegated to urban and rural wastelands.

    Alfred W. McCoy: The Decline and Fall of the American Empire: Four Scenarios for the End of the American Century by 2025

  • Mexican movies have improved dramatically since the government denationalized the movie industry in the 1990s.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Case for Dictatorship

  • "Since 1948, Palestinians have not only occupied the painful position of many oppressed peoples who are systematically displaced, disenfranchised, denationalized, brutalized and murdered; they have also been put in the awkward, even tragicomic, position of having to convince the rest of the world of their very existence," writes Alexander Provan for Stop Smiling.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 2/20.

  • His countrymen regarded him as a “denationalized Chinaman,” a native who did not speak their dialect and shared none of their customs.

    The Last Empress


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