A Terrible Bargain

News Today 31.01.2022

Even in the late 1980s when colossal changes looked imminent in the erstwhile Soviet Union both internally and externally, Henry Kissinger’s advice was to move cautiously and plan a gradualist approach to change, to be spread over 15 years. There were however sudden changes, the reunification of Germany, Gorbachev allowing Baltic states and East European countries to move out of the Soviet orbit, dismantling of the Warsaw Pact and the effects of perestroika and glasnost within the Soviet Union. (Read More)


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