Not even when we think of the kind of wholesale capitulatory
reversal which we have witnessed in the former Soviet Union can we succumb to the view that the initial contradictions have been surmounted.
rights (an infamous imperialist device giving Western powers extraterritorial rights in the former Ottoman Empire) would automatically be reinstated.
11), is optimistic and radical, rather than capitulatory
. The modern self, he contends, withdraws from participation in the world not, as might be expected, to be forgotten or eradicated, but for the purposes of preservation and retrenchment with the possibility of future re-emergence.
In the 1920s, the position of the State Department as put forth by Allen Dulles, the head of the Near Eastern Division, was that the United States had only a few specific interests in Palestine among which were "philanthropic and commercial interests as well as capitulatory
and other rights." Zionist activity was not among these interests.
in achieving this, it completes and thus justifies the poet's imperialistic - or capitulatory
- move toward the "nonpoetic."
As has often been noted, the conclusion of the Turkamanchay treaty in 1828 also entailed serious international consequences for Iran since it served as the basis for unequal diplomatic and commercial relations best symbolized by the capitulatory
rights secured by the European powers.