Definition of "autocrats" []

  • Plural form of autocrat. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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  • "BASH: There is the presumptive republican nominee John McCain speaking in Los Angeles last week, there in particular, in his foreign policy speech, about the what he called the autocrats who run the majority of the Middle East and how he would deal with them in a McCain presidency but he went on in that very very lengthy address, the first major foreign policy address since becoming the presumptive nominee, to explain in very clear terms how he thinks he would be different from President Bush, whether it was -- would be closing Guantanamo Bay or pushing for a new global treaty on climate change or perhaps most interestingly, talking about the need to reach out to allies and try to find support among allies, especially before the United States would engage in any kind of military intervention abroad."
  • "Ironically, though, when Latin American autocrats blame the region's problems on Yankee influence, they may be more right than they know. ""
  • "Therefore I submit, that anyone worth their 'salt' should make sure, that more (young) people vote on ballots and make them count and the socalled autocrats are no more."