hegemony : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the dominance or leadership of one social group or nation over others
the hegemony of a single member state is not incompatible with a genuine confederation
to say they have priority is not to say they have complete hegemony
the consolidation of the United States' hegemony over a new international economic system
- The French are very resentful of what they call the commercial hegemony of some of the fast food chains.
- As the world economic order changes there is a definite changeover from the hegemony of the few to a more equitable world
- The hegemony of a single member state is not incompatible with a genuine confederation.
News & Articles
- Wickham: U.S.-China cyber spying not a big surprise
Struggle for global hegemony has been reduced to an economic contest.
June 11, 2013 - USA Today
- Hewlett-Packard Is Sick of Wintel
Microsoft and Intel had their day during the rise of the PC, but Wintel hegemony is over. HP is well aware of that fact and is actively hedging its bets on the future of computing.
June 10, 2013 - The Motley Fool
- Obama in bind on gay rights
During a one-day visit to Africa in 2009, Barack Obama signaled an end to American hegemony on the continent that had long suffered this country’s heavy-handed intrusion into its affairs.
June 6, 2013 - Reno Gazette-Journal
- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in International Herald Tribune
Ahmadinejad said last summer's war between Israel and Hezbollah showed for the first time that the "hegemony of the occupier regime (Israel) had collapsed, and the Lebanese nation pushed the button to begin counting the days until the destruction of...
- Ali Abdu Ahmed in FOXNews
It's unjustifiable and illegal and illogical and futile, the so-called ICC decision,said Abdu. "We believe it's an extension and symptom of the ongoing world hegemony and domination by a few powers in this world."