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    World War, the tension between America and the Soviet Union are still very much prominent. The intense friction has roots in core values each world power pictured the postwar world would look like. America expressed their perception as basically a loss of nationality globally, and ridding of military alliances. They wanted an organization to govern every country and protect everyone’s right of self-determination. On the other hand, the Soviet Union envisioned the postwar world with Major world…

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    States and the Soviet Union during WWII, a ‘cold war’ of words and ideas rapidly emerged in the immediate wake of that global conflict” (Sheets, 2016, p. 631). It was political and economic differences between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. that were what kept their ideologies contrary to one another. The United States did not believe in turning into a Communist country and viewed the Soviet Union as having a hateful philosophy that was determined to expand over the entire world. The Soviet Union’s…

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    Before there was a “Russia” as we know it today, Russia was better known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). The USSR was a Marxist-Leninist state governed by a single party (Docherty, 1997, p. 85), and abided by a constitution known as the Brezhnev Constitution. This constitution was adopted in 1977 and was the third and last Soviet constitution before the fall of the USSR. The Brezhnev Constitution guaranteed a multitude of political and civil rights nearly identical to those…

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    claim that the Soviet Union lost the Cold War Introduction With the disintegration of Soviet Union, the Cold War era, which lasted as long as 40 years, had come to an end. The last Soviet Premier Gorbachev, ironically, been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize after his failed reformation and governance in Soviet Union, which, to put it the other way round, could been seen as affirmation for his struggle to pave the way for nuclear agreement and open the seriously bureaucratic Soviet Union to the…

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    War II around the world stayed home to raise their children and work in factories, the women of Soviet Russia were in the action of the War. With In result of this action of the Soviet women being drafted and volunteering in the war because of the numbers of men were low. Even though this did not have a big impact on other women in the world, it had changed the traditional view of women in Soviet Union society empowering them to take on bigger things and creating a feminist meritocracy. This…

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    Fortunately for Russia, there was a sensible man, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, who was enthusiastic and ready to lead the country into prosperity or it would not have existed by 1920. During the era of Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin reign over the Soviet Union, the Secret police had a pertinent role as the enforcer…

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    The Soviet Union was established in 1922 and lasted until approximately 1991. From 1940 to 1991, the Soviet Union was made up of fifteen republics.Between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, Russia began to expand its territory. Then in 1922 the Bolsheviks controlled Russia and formed the Soviet Union, a communist state comprised of fifteen republics. Russia was th largest and most powerful of these. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia were among the republics of the…

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    The Cold War was a period of time when tension between the Soviet Union and the United States uprised due to economic and ideological differences. The Cold War began in 1945 and ended in 1991. Even though the term “war” was used, there was never any physical fighting involved. Both, the Soviet Union and the United States ideological differences influenced the way both countries would react to the Cold War. At the time, the Soviet Union was communist and the United States was democratic and…

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    The Cold War, a war between the Soviet Union and the United States, was aimed towards preventing the others influence towards mankind. To begin with, the relationship with the Soviet Union and the United States didn’t go so well. They both were super powers of the world and aimed to increase its worldwide influences. Between the years 1945 and 1950, the two competitors broke out into war. Both sides were fighting for what they believed in thus resulting into this major conflict. Not only were…

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    Q6. After the Cold War, the Soviet Union would begin to go through a series of changes and reforms that would include some democratic forms of ideas. One man by the name of Mikhail Gorbachev would become the leader of Russia, while in office he would make several important reforms. Mikhail Gorbachev would learn about the Soviet Union’s system and its problems, he would then quickly work his way into the party. It was his goal to bring change into the Soviet Union which he would succeed at doing.…

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