The collapse of the Soviet Union was one of the most scandalous events of the XX century. Conclusion A totalitarian system leaves behind it a minefield built into both the country's social structure and the individual psychology of its citizens Anatoly Sobchak 1. It was a country completely that was ignoring the West with its lifestyle, technological development, culture and any of its manifestations at all.
And the period from 1985 to 1991 became the critical period for the existence of the whole gigantic powerful country. Soviet Union from 1945 till 1985 was a country surrounded by wall made of stone that no one was able to break.
The crisis began and by 1991 it had serious consequences.
Liberals with Boris Yeltsin propagandized even more modern changes compared to Gorbachev.
Perestroika, basically was a special program designated to reconstruct the economical, political and social formations of the country.
Gorbachev was confident that the country needs two major components to become truly democratic perestroika and glasnost(when all the facts concerning anything happening in the country become known to the citizens of the country).In order to bring about change, he introduced several reforms, including perestroika (economic restructuring) and glasnost (openness).Glasnost opened the floodgates of protest and many republics made moves toward independence, threatening the continued existence of the USSR.Bonus: Memories of photojournalist Alain-Pierre Hovasse, first-hand witness to these events, are collected at the end of this entry.A beard-and-mustache battle in Los Angeles, a sleepy young rhino in France, a shepherd among Turkish foothills, the Corso Zundert flower parade in the Netherlands, the “Futurium” in Berlin, and much more An orphaned lion cub in Turkey, wildfires in Bolivia, a performance by Lizzo in New Jersey, a mudflat horse race in Germany, bog snorkeling in Wales, the Soldier Hollow Classic Sheepdog Championship in Utah, and much more.The analysis of the reasons of the collapse of the Soviet Union. What is considered to be the main reason of the collapse of the Soviet Union?What role did Yegor Gaidar play in the collapse of the great country?The norms of life lost their value and had no proper substitution this resulted in clashes, strikes and growing crime rates.It is common knowledge that each nationality needs to have order and feel that the development of their state is more or less predictable.Some of them wanted to come back to Stalins totalitarian because they at least knew what to expect from it.In other words, Gorbachev took away the traditional power bases in the party, economy, and society but did not replace them entirely.