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Non-Aligned Movement


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How did the new soviet leadership seek to strengthen its links with the Third World and China
stressed willingness to co-operate with Third World countries and stressed them main enemy was colonialism and imperialism
what was the Bandung Conference? Who was invited? How may people were represented?
a.It was a conference held and spent a large amount a time discussing the Cold War and how to avoid becoming entrapped.
How did the Bandung Conference cause concerns for both the US and the USSR?
The US was worried about the drift towards socialism in many Third World States.
(BAE)
powerful and popular political party based on more moderate to conservative political ideas rooted in the Catholic Church
(1924-1953)
harsher and more totalitarian
more Lenin
Nikita Khrushchev (1955-1964)
Hungarian Revolution (1956)
group of university students and workers began to oppose the sphere of influence from the Soviet Union
(chopping motion with hand)
division between capitalist west and communist east Germany
3 forces that affect wind speed/direction
1. Coriolis (CE) (what direction is air deflected??????)
literary challenge to Communism
Boris Pasternak / Doctor Zhivago
(Columbus out)
process of colonies gaining independence from colonizers
Prime minister of France
Charles De Gaulle/French Fifth Republic
Neocolonialism
The state of being economically independent on paper (de jure), but not in practice (de facto), that is, the domination of a country's economy by foreign corporations.
Alpine Glacier-
a glacier in a mountain range. If confined within a valley, it is termed a valley glacier. The area of origin is a snowfield, usually in a bowl-shaped erosional landform called a cirque. Where al…
civilization
a complex highly organized social order
post-war chancellor in Western Germany
Konrad Adenauer (W. Ger., 1949- 1963)
(hold up left hand)
political movement that consisted of people who advocated gay rights, abortion, gender roles, etc.
Willy Brandt (W. Germany, 1969-1974)
-Came into power after Adenauer in 1969.
Neoliberalism
idea that privatization of state run industries and Less spending on social services would benefit the country
Helmut Kohl (Germany, 1982-1998)
-chancellor of Germany (1982-1998)
Margaret Thatcher (UK. 1979-1990)
-Prime Minister of United Kingdom (1979-1990)
Mikhail Gorbachev (1985-1991)
most vigorous Soviet leader in a generation → tried to revitalize Soviet system with fundamental reforms
Boris Yeltsin (1991-1999)
radical reform Communist who embraced democratic movement → anticommunist revolution
(halo)
electrified polish nation after elected
Solidarity
Independent Polish trade union that advocated for workers' rights and political reform throughout the 1980's
Perestroika
Gorbachev, economic restructuring and reform
Glasnost
Gorbachev, freedom of speech and press
Revolutions of 1989
East Bloc gained political Freedom
point to clothing
Term given to relatively peaceful overthrow of communism in Czechoslovakia; came to symbolize the collapse of the East Bloc in general
Paris Accord (1990)
a general peace treaty bringing an end to both WWII and the Cold War
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