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Russian History
A look at the different forms of political leadership in Russia and the final move towards democracy.
# 63882 | 5,487 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Feb 15, 2006 in History (Russian)


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This paper examines this political history of the Soviet Union, from communism, socialism and finally the adoption of democracy. It explains that the current political situation and economic state of the Russia Federation is quite weak and that it will take many years of investment in order for the situation to stabilize.

Outline:
Introduction: A Newfound Freedom
History of the Soviet Union
The Theory of Socialism
Stalin's Reformation
The Cold War
The Fall of Communism
A Newborn Economy
Five Years' Progress
Western Intervention
Conclusion: Return to Glory

From the Paper:

"Economists and leaders not living within Russia's boundaries are also very interested in its reforming economy. The Soviet Union was a major player in international economics before its breakup. Outsiders are eager to see how the Russian people respond to the free market, and the impact the Russian Federation will have in the twenty-first century.
Because of the size of the country, it will be impossible for any outside force to operate Russia's fledgling economy. The ultimate success or failure of the system will depend entirely on the Russian people. (Brendenkamp) One of the most important ways that Europe and the United States can help is by providing money directly to the Russian government. This view is most popular within Russia because it would ease the transition, but many Westerners fear it would be
misused by government officials. Aid in the form of food for the 30 million living under the poverty line is more universally supported. (Brendenkamp)"

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