What is mutual economy

Reciprocity, the


According to the principle of reciprocity ("reciprocity"), foreign credit institutions in the United States are only allowed to conduct the same activities as American banks are permitted in the partner country concerned. [Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, July 25, 1994]

[Interview:] In acoustics, one speaks of resonance when a sound body vibrates and another body is set in vibration. There is also this reciprocity in your concept of resonance: The world reaches me, and I can reach the world. [Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 03/11/2016]

In connection with the conquest and evangelization of the New World, securing […] [the] mission law also played an important role in justifying the gradual occupation of Indian territories. There was no thought of reciprocity, that is, of the right of other religions to mission in Christian countries. [Neue Zürcher Zeitung, November 28, 2014]

The cooperation between France and the Soviet Union corresponds to the common aspirations and mutual interests of the two peoples and should be based on the reciprocity of the advantages and obligations of each of the two countries. [Archive of the Present, 2001 [1971]]

In view of the great complexity problems of a transnationally interwoven mixture of political, economic and cultural reciprocities and dependencies, perhaps politics today has little choice but to be an address for demands that it cannot actually meet. Pl.