Dual control (politics)
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- Egypt, which was indebted to European powers after the completion of the Suez Canal and thus forced to accept controllers in its government in the 1870s.
- Greece, which was established after the signing of the Memorandum in 2010.
- Dual power, in which a revolutionary force attempts to provide alternative government services
- Lutsky, Vladimir Borisovich. "Modern History of the Arab Countries by Vladimir Borisovich Lutsky 1969".
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