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Russia, Belarus And Ukraine: Political Transition And Party Systems
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8 pages in length. The very nature of political transition is to have the opportunity to realign misguided or wholly absent components that make an otherwise solid party system falter. When evaluating the impact such transition has had upon Russia, Belarus and Ukraine where their respective party systems are concerned, one must take into account such factors as nationalism, economics and tradition in order to understand why these countries struggled with consolidation. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: TLCUkraine.rtf

Russia: From Monarchy To Socialism
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6 pages in length. The writer discusses Russia's monarchy under Mongol suppression, as well as how socialism ultimately overtook any chance for freedom. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCRusMn.rtf

Russia: Overview of National Ideology & Interests, Power, Threats, Domestic Factors, Commitments, Military Strategy and Foreign Policy
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the interest, ideology, threats, domestic factors, commitments, military strategy and international policy of the “new” Russia. Within the past century, Russia, the largest country in the world in area with a population of over 144,500,000, has undergone a great deal of structural change. The Russian Empire under the Romanov Dynasty was overthrown in 1917 and the Communists under Vladimir Lenin formed the U.S.S.R. The Soviets dominated the Russian people and their economy until in 1985 when General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev introduced glasnost (openness) and perestroika (restructuring) as an attempt to modernize Communism eventually led to the severing of the Soviet Union into Russia and fourteen other independent republics (CIA, 2003). In the last decade, Russia has had to rebuild its political and social system to work within the world market economy and democracy. While international trade and interests are a major factor in the restructuring of the country, a great many internal conflicts must also be met such as the ongoing conflict in Chechnya. As part of the national response to the issues of international economics and boundary disputes, and the national social, medical and economic issues, Russia’s development of a new ideology to fit its country’s needs is one based on continued and increased national security. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJRussi1.rtf

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This 6 page paper discusses Russia's development through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in respect to art/culture and politics. Examples are given from Tolstoy, Marx, as well as modern discussions of political leaders through Gorbachev. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MBrusthink.rtf

Russia; Why Market Reforms Have Worked But Democracy Has Not?
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This 8 page paper looks at the changes in Russia since 1991 and considers why market reforms have had such good result while the move to democracy has not yet been fully achieved. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TErusref.rtf

Russian Colonization: Motivations for the Establishment of A Russian Presence in Europe and Alaska
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This is a 3 page paper discussing the motivations behind the Russian colonization of Europe and Alaska. The motivations behind the Russian colonization of Europe and Alaska are considered quite different. Primarily, the difference lies in the fact that Russian colonization in Europe is considered to be politically motivated while the Russian presence in Alaska is commercially based. In addition, during the 1700s and 1800s, Russia was extremely powerful in its military, and thanks to the reign and insight of Catherine II, this powerful military was used to further establish Russia’s presence within Europe as its borders expanded to the East and the West to strengthen its power and suppress any revolts and uprisings in the region. Contrary to the political agenda of Russia at the time, private fur traders established a settlement in Alaska. These private traders managed to obtain a charter from Paul I establishing the Russian-American Company and gain sole trading rights in America for twenty years. Despite the entrepreneurship of the traders and the establishment of Orthodox communities in the region, continued political pressures from Europe led to Russia’s decision to sell Alaska to the U.S. in 1867 and thus ending their commercial enterprises in the area. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJRussE1.rtf

Russian Cultural Icons
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This 3 page paper discusses some of the talented writers, artists, composers and dancers Russia has produced. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVCultIcn.rtf

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This 4-page paper offers an analysis of the Russian economy today, including stabilization of the ruble. Bibliography lists 3 sources.`
Filename: MTrussiaec.rtf

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