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By Sabri Magdaci Europeans suffered from intellectual autarchy in the Middle Ages for reasons known to all.
24) That is, they are influenced both by a certain degree of provincial autarchy and central dependency.
which in turn required autarchy to protect the economy from the outside
If interrelations among economic agents make the economy contagion prone and increase systemic risk, then one can easily imagine a solution that would avoid completely all these network externalities: a return to autarchy at a national, regional, or individual level.
For decades, the revolution has dedicated itself to autarchy, to making the Islamic Republic self-sufficient in all necessities so that it isn't subject to pressure from foreigners.
A geologistical study made on a world-wide basis would cast a new light on the attempts of states to achieve autarchy (economic self-sufficiency).
But the question is, at the margin: Can you move toward some greater sense of avoiding autarchy and recognizing that national policies will influence others?
Given a world in which largely irrevocable changes in the global economy have destroyed the ability of states to prosper under autarchy, and in which states must achieve social objectives to be legitimate, international institutions are now the primary means by which states may prosper and achieve social objectives.
Also, the governments and presidents actions are oriented to the cooperation and integration of the citizens and states in the democracy, compared to the autarchy and limited contacts in the communism.
Caritas in Veritate alludes to the costs of autarchy and tariff restrictions that doomed Latin American economic development for several decades and, at the same time, notes that fraternity requires protections for displaced domestic workers.
During WWII the war industry-related electricity requirements reinforced the 1930s' new background of trade protectionism and autarchy, whereas the post WWII era marked a step forward in this direction with scores of government-run initiatives (chapter 6).
No one thought about autarchy and chauvinism when the first components of economic cooperation were laid down, in the direction of integration.