Definition of Oligarchs. Meaning of Oligarchs. Synonyms of Oligarchs

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Definition of Oligarchs

Oligarch
Oligarch Ol`i*garch, n. A member of an oligarchy; one of the rulers in an oligarchical government.

Meaning of Oligarchs from wikipedia

- Ukrainian oligarchs, business oligarchs after Ukrainian independence in 1991 The Oligarchs, a 2001 non-fiction book by David E. Hoffman Oligarch planet,...
- Russian oligarchs. Most of these are connected directly to the highest-ranked government officials, such as the president. The Ukrainian oligarchs are a...
- Russian oligarchs (Russian: олигархи, romanized: oligarkhi) are business oligarchs of the former Soviet republics who rapidly ac****ulated wealth in the...
- Ukrainian oligarchs (Ukrainian: українські олігархи, romanized: ukrayins'ki oliharkhy) are business oligarchs who emerged on the economic and political...
- state". Russian oligarchs Ukrainian oligarchs Oligarchy Tai-pan Chaebol Guriev, Sergei; Rachinsky, Andrei (2005). "The role of oligarchs in Russian capitalism"...
- The Oligarchs: Wealth and Power in the New Russia is a 2001 non-fiction book written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Washington Post contributing...
- 2020, analyzing the activities of Russian oligarchs in the United Kingdom. The report states that the oligarchs had been “extending patronage and building...
- investigation by USA Today, which concluded that "38 Russian businessmen and oligarchs close to the Kremlin died in mysterious or su****ious cir****stances between...
- The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism is a fictional book in George Orwell's dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949). The book was supposedly...
- individual journalists have increased. Collusion between politicians, oligarchs and the media is widespread. Bulgarian cuisine is similar to that of other...