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    Russian Revolution Economics (Intro) Before the Russian Revolution, the economy was a combination of agriculture and industry. Then following world war two, the economy was pushed towards failure. “By autumn the Bolshevik program of “peace, land, and bread” had won considerable support among the hungry urban worker and soldiers, who were already deserting from the ranks in large numbers” (Russian Encyclopedia Britannica). (Thesis). The Russian economy before World War One had high rates of economic

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    Stalin's Transformation of The Russian Economy Stalin attraction to the works of Karl Marx was what brought Stalin into the political world. He was in a seminary when he became interested in Marxism and this was frowned upon, and so he was expelled. This was where he joined the Bolshevik Party. During the time when the party split and speeches were being made, Stalin made one praising the present leader - Lenin, whose attention was caught. In 1917, Stalin became the Commissar of Nationalities

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    The Effects of the Cold War on the Russian Economy As we know now the cold war and the race of super- powers certainly had an influence on the Russian economy. Different historians argue a different time period for the cold war. Some of them say that the cold war has its roots in the causes of the first world war. Nevertheless for this essay it will be assumed the most common dates, with the start of the cold war in 1945. There were several reason and parties that caused the cold war to

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    A long term study of the international market reveals that the Russian financial system is unique due to its many economic changes throughout its historic existence. It is well documented that up and until 1990, Russia operated as a socialist economy. In contrast, during contemporary times it is conducted as a capitalist economy. During its socialistic era, there was a constant battle between the poor and those who privately owned their lands, fields, factories, corporations, and various other enterprises

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    A Five Year Development Plan for Russia

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    A Five Year Development Plan for Russia This paper presents a five year national development plan for the Russian Federation. The plan I have created is a culmination of a semester's worth of research on the current state of affairs in Russia. Following a brief review of relevent history, recommendations spanning the course of the next five years will be made in three areas that are of particular concern: economic development, political reform, and the environment. Relevent history and a synopsis

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    Russian Bank Scandal

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    On October 6, 1999 the news hour with Jim Lehrer air a focus topic called “Following the Money”. This focus discussion dealt with the Russian Bank Scandal. This scandal deals with the transfer of about seven billions dollars out of the Bank of New York to companies with Russian associations. Robert O’Harrow , a banking expert for the Washington Post, believes that this scandal will become a serious policy issue. Base on his conclusion of this becoming a serious problem, one may see that there are

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    Causes of the Franco-Russian Alliance During the late 19th century many countries sought an alliance with other countries to guarantee their own safety, preserve peace and sometimes to help their economic position. this is highlighted by alliances and treaties such as the "Dual Alliance" of 1879, the "Dreikaiserbund" of 1881 and the "Reinsurance Treaty" This was also the case for both France and Russia, with them agreeing the "Franco-Russian Military Convention" on August 18th 1892 and later

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    of RussiaSGT Davidson, Matthew R.Class 001-01711/04/2016SSG GreeneCulture of Russia What do we know about other cultures, does our knowledge extend to what we have seen in the movies? Are the majority of Russians burly commandos who consume a large quantity of vodka to keep warm in the Russian weather and dream about the day that the KGB and Stalin return? If you believe what you see in the movies, this could be the picture that comes to mind when thinking about Russia and their culture. Though

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    History 7

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    and by Stalin having making a urban working class in trying to put people at work in factories to make goods and help the growth of the USSR in a whole of having new roads, electricity in houses, people having homes and jobs to go to and a stable economy with productions being made helped the country at an economic standpoint but had some bumps in the road and later cost many people’s lives with Stalin’s dictator mentality of punishing and killing people that didn’t agree with him. One of the plans

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    Until recently there have been no lobbying groups in the USA designed to provide American politicians and society with full and objective information about the events taking place in Russia and decisions of Russian government. The most effective lobbying is done on Capitol Hill. A law firm or lobbying firm can make arrangements and put forward arguments in ways that its foreign client cannot, in part because most embassies do not operate as comfortably or effectively on Capitol Hill as can the firms

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