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Comparing China and Russia: Phases of Communist Revolution (previously covered) Post-Communist Transitions (covered today)
Gorbachev, the last Soviet leader: Glastnost (openness) Perestroika (restructuring) Elections within Communist Party
Institutions in Post- Communist Russia: Replacement of one-party Communist rule with multiparty democracy End of command style economy
2004 Russian presidential election
Interests in Post-Communist Russia: Party apparatchiks become oligarchs. Economic discontent and loss of security makes some people nostalgic for Communism.
Identities in Post-Communist Russia: What replacement for Communist ideology? Rise of ethnic (including ethnic Russian) nationalism
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“Economic growth in China, democracy in Russia, which country is getting it right?”
What was the Cold War? How long did it last? What type of political and economic systems did the Soviet Union have during the Cold War? What did.
What is the definition of an International System? There have been four International Systems in the 20 th Century, what was the most recent system? What.
The Rise and Fall of Soviet Communism. 2 Table of Contents Marxism/Leninism The Russian Revolution Totalitarianism and Stalin Failure of the Economic.
STRUGGLES FROM DEMOCRACY Please get out the “Struggles for Democracy” handout you were assigned to read for homework as well as your responses to the five.
Life in Russia After the Fall of Communism. Political Situation 1. Shifts from Communism to Democracy - have elections - people gain freedoms.
Communist and Post-communist. Communist countries base their beliefs that equality is undervalued in capitalist countries. Huge variety in the way.
Russia AFTER the Fall of Communism. Table of Contents – Russia DateTitleLesson # 12/9Cut-Away Boxes29 12/10Human-Environment Interaction30 12/16Life Under.
Fall of Communism: Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union 1985-Present.
The End of the Cold War. Reasons for Collapse External (meaning what other countries did) President Reagan puts moral and economic pressure on the Soviet.
Communism and post- communism. Post-communist states StatePopulationGDP per capita Russia142,893,540$12,100 (P.P.P.) Poland 38,536,869$14,100 (P.P.P.)
Russia Part 1: The Making of the Modern State. Why do we study Russia? History of Communism (Soviet Union) & Totalitarianism Transition to Democracy.
Last week: Russia and China This week: India and China Next Tuesday: Midterm II.
By: McKenzie DiResta, Nikki Hodkinson, Nicole Sable, Brittney Alicea.
The Communist Experiment (20 th c.) Russia & China turn “Red”
Soviet Economy and Politics under Gorbachev IB History: Communism in Crisis.
Cold War Comes to an End Soviet Reforms The Soviet Union was struggling to survive by the late 1980’s – Largely due to their economic troubles from.
Collapse of the Soviet Union and End of the Cold War Lee Carter 2/13/2009.
Economic Transition. What changes have taken place in Russia in recent decades?
Types of Governments. Democracy Rule by the people Citizens elect those who represent them in the government Citizens have many rights Parliamentary Democracy:
Gorbachev’s reform efforts led to the collapse of the Soviet Union. Collapse of the Soviet System.
RUSSIA. History The Tsarist regime Bolshevik revolution (1917) Lenin ( ) Stalin ( ) Gorbachev ( ) Demise of the USSR – Yeltsin ( )
RUSSIA. Thinking About Russia The Basics –Diversity Russia and 14 other former Soviet states The Russian Federation is the world’s largest country,
Iran. Mohammed Mossadeq Muhammad Reza-Shah Pahlavi.
Gorbachev v. Reagan. Came to power in 1983 More moderate leader, wanted to end Cold War tensions Against forcing Eastern Bloc nations to be in the Warsaw.
THIS IS With Host... Your China Latin America Cuba Soviet Union Eastern Europe.
History of Russia Look at the Map of Russia on page 362 and answer the two questions under Skill Builder.
RUSSIA. USSR From Tsarist Rule… Communist Revolution in 1917 Superpower Democratic Revolution in 1991 …To Russian Federation.
History and Government. By the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, many Russians wanted to establish a socialist government that would create economic equality.
Russia. Some Basics Communism The USSR v. Russia China v. the USSR.
Russia--secondary source notes. Russia Russia: Sovereignty, Authority, and Power Largest country in the world Abundant in natural resources, though difficult.
RUSSIA BEFORE AND AFTER. RUSSIA BEFORE 1991 Russia was part of the USSR. (Soviet Union) The communist government owned the country’s diverse assets.
Détente : Cold War policy aimed at relaxing tensions between the US and the USSR. Called for increase diplomatic and commercial activity. Politburo : Supreme.
Chapter 19 Struggles for Democracy Section Three The Collapse of the Soviet Union.
From Ancient to the Post-Soviet Era. Ancient (pre-1688): Kievan Rus, Mongol Invasions, and early Czars Imperialism ( ): Romanov Czars come to.
The Decline of Communism The Fall of the Soviet Union.
Détente and the Collapse of Communism Leonid Brezhnev ( ) was a key actor in the ouster of Khrushchev emerged as the leader of the U.S.S.R. by.
The Fall of Communism. General Failures Economic By the 1970s, Communist economies still had not caught up with the more advanced capitalist economies.
Geo-Party Time!!! Stump Trivs Edition Test #5: Russia.
The Fall of Communism. Situation during the 1980s 1. Soviets invade Afghanistan – to support the Communist government in the Afghan Civil War. 2. People.
Russia: From Empire to Great Power Military parade held on 66th anniversary of Victory in Great Patriotic War (WWII) 2011.
C4.1(2) The Cold War 1945 – 1991 State of high tension between U.S. / U.S.S.R. (Russia)
Conceptual Approach to Comparative Government & Politics.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
The End of the Cold War. The 3 main dimensions of the Cold War: Ideological Communism vs. capitalism, revolutionary processes Geopolitical The Soviet.
Economic Systems. How Does An Economy Work? Nations must answer 3 basic Economic question: What goods and services should be produced? How should the.
Jeopardy WWIWWII Russia/ Soviets Vocab Misc Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Key Figures of the Russian Revolution. Alexander Kerensky Prime Minister of the Russian Provisional Government Supported Russia’s involvement in World.
Ch What is totalitarianism? What were some of the characteristics of Stalin’s totalitarian regime?
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