Secuter1951 karma2017-12-30 18:42:10 UTC
As a history student, I've learned that there's many different explanations to why the Soviet union eventually collapsed. Whilst they probably all contributed, which do you find was the most decisive?
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Secuter43 karma2017-12-30 18:44:55 UTC
Do you think Russias system can be explained as a "authoritarian bargain". That in exchange for welfare, government jobs and security the citizens give up democratic rights?
Secuter19 karma2017-06-04 06:24:54 UTC
Don't be pathetic. Get a fine if you didn't buy a ticket, otherwise buy one. Take the consequences of your actions.
Secuter15 karma2019-11-04 17:20:09 UTC
I mean yeah it is. But wouldn't you say that it has developed a lot in the right direction too? I'm thinking about the UN, huge leaps in terms of medical care, the connectivity of the world has never been larger etc. The world is a mess, true, but depending on how you look at it; it has always been a mess. And this is one of the least messy times.
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