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From German Schröder + English -ization (suffix forming nouns denoting the act, process, or result of doing or making something). Schröder is the surname of the former German chancellor Gerhard Schröder (born 1944); the English word refers to his actions of quickly agreeing to the Nord Stream pipeline project for Russia to supply natural gas to Germany before he stepped down as chancellor in 2005, and subsequently accepting paid positions in various Russian energy companies, which were widely criticized.

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Schröderization (uncountable) (American spelling, Oxford British English)

  1. (politics) The co-opting and corruption of foreign business or political figures by hostile regimes. [from early 21st c.]
    • 2013 April, quoting Boris Nemtsov, “The Adoption of the EU Magnitsky Law would be a Blow to the Criminal Regime”, in Elena Servettaz, editor, Why Europe Needs a Magnitsky Law: Should the EU Follow the US?[1], [United Kingdom?]: Elena Servettaz, published 2013, →ISBN, archived from the original on 28 January 2019, page 55:
      But it is true that he [Vladimir Putin] has managed to pull off a "Schröderisation" (buying politicians, businessmen, etc.) of Europe.

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