Tag Archives: Mikhail Gorbachev

The Cold War, 20 Years Later

How does the Cold War's legacy endure 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall?

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Re-Democratizing Russia

Does Dmitry Medvedev’s first address as Russia’s President suggest a re-democratization of Russia?

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A World of Twenty-Year Cycles?

Could it be that, every 20 years, a new generation sets out to shape the world?

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The Chinese Brand of Democracy

Can China produce its own model of democracy separate from Western ideals?

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My Visit to Khanti-Mansiisk, Part II

How is the Siberian town of Khanti-Mansiisk the embodiment of Gorbachev’s dreams for Russia?

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How the KGB Reformed Russia

How is former KGB official Vladimir Putin different from the last KGB man to run the country?

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Tales from the Secret Soviet Archives

An insight into Soviet thought during the invasion of Afghanistan.

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The New German Question

What does German sovereignty mean to Germany, Europe, the United States and the world today?

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Europe — As Irritating as Women’s Lib?

Four theses on where the United States stands vis-à-vis Europe.

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