Definition of Balkanizing

1. Verb. (present participle of Balkanize) ¹



2. Verb. (present participle of balkanize) ¹

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Definition of Balkanizing

1. balkanize [v] - See also: balkanize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Balkanizing

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Literary usage of Balkanizing

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1. The Inside Story of the Peace Conference by Emile Joseph Dillon (1920)
"This amazing creation, which fitted in with the Balkanizing craze of the moment, was the work of a few wire-pullers in which the easy-going inhabitants had ..."

2. An Introduction to World Politics by Herbert Adams Gibbons (1922)
"But all shared the misgiving of Mr. Lloyd George about "Balkanizing Europe." Although the immediate advantage of disrupting the Hapsburg empire was ..."

3. The World and Yugoslavia's Wars by Richard Henry Ullman (1996)
"... “Who Is ‘Balkanizing' Whom?” Daedalus, voL 111 (Spring 1994), pp.203—23. 2. For a discussion of this use of ..."

4. Balkanized Europe: A Study in Political Analysis and Reconstruction by Paul Scott Mowrer (1921)
"To have "Balkanized" Austria- Hungary, it is argued, without at the same time "Balkanizing" Germany, leaves the latter in a singularly favorable condition. ..."

5. What Next in Europe? by Frank Arthur Vanderlip (1922)
"Instead of Europeanizing the Balkans, the treaty of Paris has come dangerously near Balkanizing Central Europe. I found the Magyars inclined to illustrate ..."

6. The Urban Condition: space, community, and self in the contemporary metropolis by Ghent Urban Studies Team (1999)
"“Many companies,” observed Kenneth Jackson already in the mid-eighties, “are now balkanizing their accounting departments, data-processing divisions, ..."

7. Marooned in Moscow: The Story of an American Woman Imprisoned in Russia by Marguerite Harrison (1921)
"... which might threaten their colonial possessions and their political supremacy on that continent, in their policy of Balkanizing Russia. ..."

8. Signposts in Cyberspace: The Domain Name System and Internet Navigation by National Research Council (U.S.) (2005)
"... are accessible to a user would depend on which of the multiple roots were used, these technologists see a multiple-root DNS as balkanizing the Internet. ..."

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