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expand_more Kun vastaisku tulee - ja se tulee varmasti - se vie mukanaan tämän epäonnistuneen Eurooppa-hankkeen.
Olen vieraillut tänä vuonna useissa niin kutsutuissa "hankalissa maissa", joita ovat Kiina, Kuuba, jopa nyky-Venäjä ja osa arabimaista ja joissa demokratian vastaisku lähestyy.
Esimerkkejä "backlash"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishHave we forgotten that Putin warned that the recognition of Kosovo would unleash a backlash?
EnglishWhen the backlash comes - as it surely will come - it will sweep away this failing European project.
EnglishThe backlash could create a whole new cause célèbre for terrorism.
EnglishThat would inevitably cause a backlash in the countries that are not greatly affected by this problem.
EnglishSo this backlash is hardly surprising.
EnglishIs this not an inevitable backlash; the consequence of an uncontrollable desire to do everything, to dominate everything?
EnglishIn this connection I would particularly warn against excessive demands, for these will inevitably produce a backlash.
EnglishWe must all ensure that under no circumstances is there any sort of backlash whatsoever against the Muslim communities within our Union.
EnglishAll of this took place without any xenophobic reactions or statements, and without any backlash against specific religions or countries.
EnglishThe backlash you are creating by denying the people a referendum will bring this intolerant EU empire down as sure as day follows night.
EnglishBecause if such were the case, on such a scale, do not doubt, Mr President, that the backlash would be equal to the insult to democracy in Europe.
EnglishThe reasons behind this turnaround are clear: the federalists are beginning to fear the backlash generated by the false hopes that they have raised.
EnglishThis naïve confidence in nuclear solutions to serious problems has now given rise to a backlash and caused the EU to appear in an embarrassing and ridiculous light.
EnglishFollowing this backlash against the democratic opening, I welcome last week's announcement by the Turkish Government to carry the democratic opening further.
EnglishThis was the backlash in Kenya, and Ghana bypassed, but then Kenya and Ghana go down together -- still a standstill in Congo.
EnglishThese developments are indicative of a new backlash and a slap in the face for the process of democratisation in South-East Asia.
EnglishIn this regard, it is important that low income countries receive appropriate funding to meet the needs emerging especially from the backlash of the financial crisis.
EnglishMoreover, this year I visited a number of what we call 'difficult countries' - China, Cuba, even Russia today, parts of the Arab world - where the democracy backlash is moving in.
EnglishAs part of the struggle to banish fear, these days in the Basque Country and in the rest of Spain there is a popular, civic and peaceful backlash against the tyranny of murderous terrorism.
EnglishThe very success of the reformist agenda seems to have provoked a backlash by the conservative reactionary forces and an attempt to punish the majority who voted in February for reform.