The Policy Of Reconstruction Of The Soviet War Essay

1478 Words Feb 11th, 2015 6 Pages
Once Winston Churchill said “Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others. “ In late 80s of the past decade, when the concepts of communism was changing to democracy, new leaders with new ideas came to power. The last president of Soviet Union was Mikhail Gorbachev. As a member of new and modern generation, his agenda was to make some reforms to communism party. These ideas were to modernize the communist party and the way the government works. The policy of reconstruction of government was called “Perestroika.” The key points of this process were to bring the country to a new level of foreign relationships and let people to have more freedom on home front. According to politicians “By 1988… Gorbachev had demonstrated his sincerity through actions as beginning the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan.” Although it was hard to cover the damage of foreign policy of Soviet Union, Russia proved that they are ready to change. But period of Russian tranquility didn’t last for too long. On March 28, Russian military forces aka “Pro-Russian nationalists” under the command of president Putin invaded the territory of Ukraine. That was a turning point in mutual relationships between Russia and the rest of the world. Russia began new “Underground” war, but very risky. This was the beginning of Informational War. So how did this war started? Well, on March 16, 2014, under the pressure of Mr. Putin and Russian army, Crimea became a new…

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