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Post Soviet Countries
This essay is a discussion on post soviet countries i.e. Albama, Czech republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Soviet Poland and Yugosilavia. It mainly looks at major transformation, economic progresses, social cultural challenges, political developments, social demographics e.t.c
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Table of contents
1.0 THESIS STATEMENT 1
1.1 INTRODUCTION 2
1.2 POST COMMUNISM TRANSFORMATION OF ALBANIA: 3
1.3 THE ECONOMIC PROGRESS OF POST COMMUNISM ALBANIA 4
1.4 THE SOCIAL-CULTURAL CHANGES 5
1.5 THE POST SOVIET BULGARIA 6
1.6 THE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS 7
1.7 THE SOCIAL DEMOGRAPHICS: 7
1.8 THE POST SOVIET CZECH REPUBLIC: 8
1.9 THE SOCIAL DYNAMICS: 9
2.0 THE TRANSITION IN SLOVAKIA: 10
2.1 ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL-POLITICAL CHANGES IN POST SOVIET HUNGARY: 11
2.2 THE PROGRESS IN POST SOVIET POLAND: 12
2.3 THE SOCIAL DEMOGRAPHICS 12
2.4 YUGOSLAVIA AFTER THE SOVIET COMMUNISM 14
2.5 REFERENCES 15
Preview of the essay: Post Soviet Countries
The post-Soviet states form what is known as the former Soviet Union (FSU). The block consists of the fifteen independent nations that split off from the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics after its disintegration in 1991. With the exception of the Baltic States which attained independence before World War II and already in 1989 signaled their political intention to dissociate themselves from the rest of the Soviet Union they were also referred to as the Newly Independent States (NIS). For almost half a century, these countries were guided by the communist ideology which was organized around a centralized planned economy and a totalitarian political regime. People of the former Soviet Union were adapted to these state of affairs for the most part of the twentieth century leaving a deep imprint on the historic reminiscence of the peoples and left many traces ...
... success story of the post soviet states. Its transition was halted more by the disintegration of the communist following fake states like Serbia and Montenegro which caused a disintegration of the Yugoslav state. The democratic is not developed as the country political process is still characterized by coups and constant political unrest. Due to political instability the economy is very devastated poverty levels are high. There is high social crime characterized by rampant drug trafficking and abuse. All the same the country is struggling towards stability.
In conclusion, it is evident that the post soviet states have risen from ruins and are making progress economically, socially and politically and should not be generally assumed to be failed but rather should be incorporated into the regional economic blocks to spur their growth.
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The disintegration of the great USSR marked the end of a great union and signaled the beginning of a modern Europe with the emergence of new nations such as Albania, Bulgaria and the like. Truth to tell, I really admire the history of these nations. They are somewhat similar to every other nation in the world whose existence is marked with struggles, triumphs and conflicts which eventually ended with victory.