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autonomieautonomy, liberty - consultation populaire, plébisciteplebiscite - fascismefascism - exécution, mise à exécutioncarrying out, enforcement, execution, implementation, performance - adoptionacceptance, acceptation, adoption, espousal - choix, électionelection - demi-, réélection, semi-reelection, re-election - referendium, referendum, référendumreferendum - droit de vote, votevote - élections généralesgeneral election - élection primaireprimary, primary election - suffrage, voix, votation, voteballot, balloting, suffrage, vote, voting - vote à bulletin secret, vote au scrutin secretsecret ballot - vetoveto - stabiliserfirm up, stabilise, stabilize, steady - candidat, militant, militantecampaigner, candidate, nominee - citoyen, habitant, habitantecitizen - exécution, mise à exécution, mise en applicationenforcement - Administration, autorité, autorités, autorités politiques, gouvernement, pouvoirs publicsauthorities, government, raj, regime, rule - abolitionnisteabolitionist, emancipationist - homme librefreeman, freewoman - pays, peuplecountry, land, nation, native country, people - émigreremigrate - sauter surfasten on, hook on, latch on, seize on, take up - terrorismeact of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act - candidaturecampaigning, candidacy, candidature, electioneering, political campaign - garantirguarantee, warrant - contrôle socialsocial control - sanctionsanction - administration, autorités, gouvernementadministration, governance, governing, government, government activity - imposition, inflictionimposition, infliction - collectivisation, nationalisationacculturation, enculturation, socialisation, socialization - éducationbreeding, bringing up, fosterage, fostering, nurture, raising, rearing, upbringing - délégationdelegating, delegation, deputation, relegating, relegation - appauvrissement, paupérisationimpoverishment, pauperisation, pauperization - apaisementappeasement, calming - conciliationconciliation, placation, propitiation - internationalisationinternationalisation, internationalization - discrimination, favoritisme, népotismediscrimination, favoritism, favouritism - nomenclaturenomenklatura - âgismeageism, agism - hétérosexismeheterosexism - favoritisme, népotismenepotism, old-boy network, old school tie - discrimination raciale, racismeracial discrimination, racialism, racism - sexismesexism - antiféminismeantifeminism, chauvinism, male chauvinism - formalisation, jambages, normalisation, régularisation, standardisationnorm, normalisation, normalization, standard, standardisation, standardization, standards - stabilisationstabilisation, stabilization - opposition, résistanceresistance - défendrechampion, defend - action, mesureaction - aide, appui, secours, soutien, supportsupport - plaidoyeradvocacy, protagonism - abri, auspice, protectionaegis, auspices, protection - commanditesponsorship - adhésion, approbationendorsement, indorsement - acceptation, approbationapprobation, approval, approving, blessing, sanctioning - démocratisationdemocratisation, democratization - participationattendance, engagement, involution, involvement, participation, turnout - introniserenthrone, invest, vest - attester, certifiercertify, endorse, indorse - vote - libérerliberalise, liberalize - représenterrepresent - exercer son autorité sur, gouverner, régnergovern, rule - usergrind down, tyrannise, tyrannize - civique, decity, civic, civil - facho, fascistefascist, fascistic - nationalisme, patriotismenationalism, patriotism - politique de défensedefence policy, defence program, defense policy, defense program - Charte populaire, chartisme, ChartismeChartism, chartist movement - politicologie, politique, politologie, sciences politiquesgovernment, political science, politics, politology - géopolitiquegeopolitics - anarchismeanarchism - machiavélismeMachiavellianism - centrismecentrism, moderatism - conservatismeconservatism, conservativism - réactionreaction - démocratie, démocratisationdemocracy - social-démocratiesocial democracy - élitismeelitism - extrémismeextremism - fédéralismefederalism - néo-libéralismeneoliberalism, neo-liberalism - libéralisme, libertarianismelibertarianism - monarchismemonarchism - négritudeNegritude - progressismeprogressivism - radicalismeradicalism - républicanismerepublicanism - socialisme utopiqueutopian socialism - militarismemilitarism - policy, politics - politique socialesocial policy - mesures anti–discriminatoires, traitement préférentielaffirmative action, positive discrimination, preferential treatment - politique extérieure, politique intérieureforeign policy - ingérence, interférenceinterference, intervention - non-ingérence, non-interventionnoninterference, nonintervention - destinée manifeste, manifest destinymanifest destiny - isolationnismeisolationism - Doctrine MonroeMonroe Doctrine - doctrine trumanTruman doctrine - dissidencedissidence - débatdebate, disputation, public debate - installationinduction, initiation, installation - couronnement, intronisationcoronation, enthronement, enthronisation, enthronization, investiture - course aux armementsarms race - campagnecampaign, political campaign, run - armée républicaine irlandaise, iraIRA, Irish Republican Army, Provisional IRA, Provisional Irish Republican Army, Provos - Tammany HallTammany, Tammany Hall, Tammany Society - Commonwealth of NationsBritish Commonwealth, Commonwealth of Nations - courcourt, royal court - gouvernement en exilgovernment-in-exile - autorités municipaleslocal government - citoyen, peuplecitizenry, people - corps électoral, électoratelectorate - sénatsenate, Upper Chamber, Upper House - sénat, Sénat des États-UnisSenate, U.S. Senate, United States Senate, US Senate - la chambre des représentants, parlementHouse of Representatives, U.S. House, U.S. House of Representatives, United States House of Representatives, US House, US House of Representatives - chambre basseBritish House of Commons, House of Commons - chambre des LordsBritish House of Lords, House of Lords - assemblée générale, assemblée générale des actionnaires, assemblée législative, corps législatif, législatif, pouvoir législatifgeneral assembly, general meeting, general shareholders meeting, law-makers, legislative, legislative assembly, legislative authority, legislative body, legislative power, legislature - conseil législatiflegislative council - « Monde libre », Monde libreFree World - tiers monde, tiers-mondeThird World - état, nation, paysbody politic, commonwealth, country, land, nation, res publica, state - IIIe Reich, Troisième ReichNazi Germany, Third Reich - membremember - alliésallies - États membres, Ligue arabeArab League - C.E., C.E.E., C.É.E., CE, CEE, Communauté, Communauté Économique Européenne, Communauté européenne, Europe, Marché commun, Union européenneCommon Market, Community, EC, EEC, EU, Europe, European Community, European Economic Community, European Union - O.T.A.N., Organisation du Traité de l'Atlantique Nord, OTANNATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization - OEA, Organisation des États américainsOAS, Organization of American States - O.P.E.P., OPEP, Organisation des Pays Exportateurs de PétroleOPEC, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries - grande puissance, puissance mondiale, super-grand, superpuissance, super-puissancegreat power, high power, major power, power, superpower, world power - cité-état, cité-Étatcity state, city-state - état, gouvernementstate - foule, gens, masse, masseshoi polloi, mass, masses, multitude, people, the great unwashed - AFL, American Federation of Labour - Congress of Industrials OrganisationsAFL-CIO, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations - circonscription, circonscription électorale, électoratconstituency - collège électoralelectoral college - machine, rouagemachine, political machine - front populairepopular front - organisation internationaleglobal organization, international organisation, international organization, world organisation, world organization - C.E.I., CEI, Communauté des États IndépendantsCIS, Commonwealth of Independent States - Nations unies, O.N.U., ONU, Organisation des Nations UniesUN, United Nations, United Nations Organization, UNO - confédérationconfederacy, confederation, federation - fédérationfederation - ligue, unionunion - chambrechamber, meeting room - parliament - KnessetKnesset, Knesseth - OireachtasOireachtas - syndicalisme, syndicalisme anarchistesyndicalism - cellulecadre, cell - résistanceresistance, underground - républiquecommonwealth, democracy, republic - hégémoniehegemony - oligarchieoligarchy - ploutocratieplutocracy - technocratietechnocracy - monarchiemonarchy - diarchie, dyarchiediarchy, dyarchy - coloniecolony, settlement - délégation, députationcommission, delegacy, delegation, deputation, mission - mission diplomatiquediplomatic mission - absolutisme, autoritarisme, despotisme, dictature, monocratie, tyrannieabsolutism, authoritarianism, despotism, dictatorship, monocracy, one-man rule, shogunate, totalitarianism, tyranny - état policierpolice state - mouvementfront, movement, social movement - mouvement politiquepolitical movement - Enlightenment, Les LumièresAge of Reason, Enlightenment - villeburgh - bourgs pourris, rotten boroughrotten borough - anglaisEnglish, English people - français, les FrançaisFrench, French people - administrateur, administratrice, cadre, directeuradministrator, administratrix, execute, executive - adjoint au maire, conseiller municipalalderman, alderwoman - anar, anarchiste, nihilisteanarch, anarchist, nihilist, syndicalist - apostille, apôtreapostle - blimpBlimp, Colonel Blimp - démocratedemocrat, populist - apostat, apostate, renégatapostate, deserter, ratter, recreant, renegade, turncoat - janissairejanissary - nationaliste, patriotenationalist, patriot - chef politique, homme politique, politicienne, politiquepol, political leader, politician, politico - préfetprefect - femme de droite, homme, libéralrightist, right-winger - scissionniste, sécessionnistesecessionist - secrétaire généralSecretary General - assistante sociale, assistant social, travailleur socialcaseworker, social worker, welfare officer, welfare worker - orateurSpeaker - suffragettesuffragette - représentant syndicalunion representative - électeur, électrice, votantburgess, constituent, elector, voter - Malcolm Little, Malcolm XMalcolm Little, Malcolm X - majoritéabsolute majority, majority - bureau, officeoffice, power - de paixpeace - anarchieanarchy, lawlessness - état de guerrestate of war, war - guerre froidecold war - indépendanceindependence, independency - autonomie, autosuffisanceautonomy, self-direction, self-reliance, self-sufficiency[Domaine]

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