Soviet Union


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Poland and the Soviet Union also are making plans to open their own exchanges, though they will have a difficult time if accounting standards are inadequate.
When I lived in the Soviet Union," Leybovich recalls, "we were surrounded by propaganda about building communism.
Prior to the treaty, Finland fought the Soviet Union twice-from 1939 to 1940 and from 1941 to 1944-but lost both wars, although not its independence.
And although most still recall that the Soviet Union defeated Germany in a terrible war, very few families speak about that war anymore.
There are parallels between the Soviet Union and the current controversy about a nuclear Iran.
MOVING TARGETS In the late 1970s, researchers analyzed a variety of scenarios describing a nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union.
The European Parliament might become an all-European socialist parliament with representation from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
and 16 other countries fight in defense of South Korea; China and the Soviet Union aid the North Koreans.
His theory of containment--America's original, and long-defining Cold War strategy--was based on the notion that we shouldn't want to fight the Soviet Union.
There was no exposure to Martha Graham or Judson Dance Theater in the former Soviet Union.
The U-2 stopped flying over the Soviet Union, but it flew over China, served during the Vietnam War, over Cuba, and elsewhere.
Szymanski wanted to know whether the Soviet Union could be considered an authentic socialist state, which ought to be regarded with gratitude and admiration by sincere revolutionaries around the world.
Regarding the 1956 declaration, Putin said it was ratified by the Soviet Union and Japan, and that Russia is a legal successor to the Soviet Union.
At a reception for Red Army commanders during World War II, Stalin famously praised the Russian people as "the most outstanding nation of all the nations in the Soviet Union.