Russia

  • One of the principles of politics and world power equations is that they are never static,  but dynamic and change at no stated interval. Thus we saw the signing of the 1938 Munich Pact when Nevile Chamberlain the British premier announced that " we have won peace for our time".

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  • Vladimir Lenin has an important place in the 20th century. Unfortunately, his name is associated with more negative qualities than positive qualities. He was an intellectual with a formidable brain and he wrote many books and papers during his time in Russia. He ushered in what is called the

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  • At one time Russia rivaled the USA as a global power, but then came Gorbochov and we all know that Russia broke up into 18 states. This was also the end of the Russian dream for parity with USA, as the population was reduced by half and so was the area.

    But when Russia was a monolith

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  • The communist movement is dead and gone in Russia as it collapsed under the weight of its own contradictions. In 1917 Lenin led a  revolution against Czar Nicholas II and overthrew him. Lenin established a 'dictatorship of the proletariat'',but in reality it was a one party

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  • Subhas Chandra Bose was a rival of Gandhi and during the war he threw his lot with the Fascist powers and joined them. He had a one point agenda to overthrow the British Raj. He was also convinced that the British would never leave India by the policy of Gandhi of offering satyagraha and non-

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  • India became free in 1947, but the British who granted India independence by the "Indian Independence Act" of1946,  divided India on the basis of the 2 nation theory that Hindus and Muslims cannot live together. It was a master stroke leaving India with a

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