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World War I & II : A 12 page paper which details some of the circumstances of World War I and II. World War I took place in the beginning of the century and changed the balance of powers that were in existence for centuries. Europe was virtually devastated by the war and the United States came out of it as a major world power. World War II was essentially a continuation of the first World War. Both wars have some similarities in their cause as well as the ensuing result. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Worldwar.wps

Fascism in Austria : A 22 page paper on the rise and influence of fascism in Austria. Examined during the period between the two wrold wars, the various fascist movements are analyzed. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Austria.wps

The Battle of Verdun : An 8 page paper that reviews the Battle of Verdun, a major battle of the First World War, and considers the overall impact of this event on the outcome of the War. This paper reviews the impact of the French defensive against Germany, and the expectations based on the premises of the German offensive that were never met. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Verdun.wps

The Battle Of Verdun #2 : 8 pages in length. The 1916 battle of Verdun is considered one of the most influential events to ultimately shape France's self-image as a country. Fought throughout the bitterest of winters, the soggy rains of spring and fall, and the infernal heat of summer, the battle cost the lives of some four-hundred thousand French fighters. So horridly etched upon history is the massacre, that just the mention of it triggers memories that the French vow will never be relived again. The writer offers an overview of the events leading up to the battle, as well as the tactics that were applied during fighting. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Verdun2.wps

A Turning Point In The History Of France : This 4 page report discusses the ways in which the "Great War" was a definitive moment in the history of France in terms of its influence on France after 1919. Bibliography lists 1 source. Francturn.wps

The Rise of Industrialism, Nationalism, & Imperialism in Post-Napoleonic Europe : A 5-page essay discussing the cause and effect relationship between the rise of industrialism, nationalism, and imperialism in Europe and how it led to World War I. Information comes from "A History of the Modern World" by Robert Roswell Palmer and Joel Colton. Postnap.wps

Imperialism As A Cause Of World War I : A 5 page paper arguing that the re-birth of imperialism (dating as far back as 1880) -- ushered in by the Industrial Revolution -- contributed greatly to the conflicts that would result in the outbreak of WW I. Specific examples of European conquest are given to illustrate points made. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Ww1imper.wps

Book Review / World War I : Guy Chapman's "A Passionate Prodigality" is essentially a partial autobiography containing a lengthy World War I and post-wartime experience of great emotion for the author/narrator. In this 5 page review, the writer offers opinions and reactions to the content of the book and to the events of World War I in Europe as described by Chapman in his book. Passprod.wps

Cultural Influence of World War I : An 10 page research paper on World War I's influence on art, literature and music. The writer describes the significance of World War I, the various art and literary movements, and the changes they led to. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Musicww1.wps

Causes Of The First World War : This 5 page essay analyzes four specific essays regarding the origins of World War I and comments on how Kaiser Wilhelm II would feel about the writers' comments. Different theories for the reasons for the War are discussed with contradictory evidence offered. No bibliography. War1essa.wps

The Origins Of World War I / Book Review : This 6 page essay discusses the content of a book by this same title -- one which closely examines the sociopolitical factors affecting the weeks and months subsequent to assassination of Austria-Hungary's Archduke Ferdinand and other issues causing the outbreak of war all around the globe. No bibliographic information is available. Ww1book.wps

Women In World War I : A 7 page research paper demonstrating the involvement of women in WWI relief efforts all around the world. The writer discusses the work of The Woman's Motor Corps, The Smith College Relief Fund, and more. Names of specific women who contributed most to the cause are mentioned and the unprecedented success they enjoyed in getting much larger companies and organizations from all over the world to help out is discussed in detail. It is noted that the self-motivated efforts of women were more socially-accepted during this era than they would have ever been in previous centuries of Western history. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Ww1women.wps

How World War I Set The Stage For World War II : In this 5 page essay, the writer argues that the severe terms and conditions imposed upon Germany at the conclusion of WWI contributed to that country's faltering economy and loss of national pride-- circumstances which made the German people susceptible to the propaganda of Hitler and the rise of the Nazi party. Thus, the world's harsh punishing of Germany ultimately ignited the sparks that would flame a Second World War. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Ww1.wps

World Wars I & II / Comparison Between Causes and Results : A 5 page exploration of the causes and results of World Wars I and II. The writer examines the premise that World War II was a direct result of the aftermath of World War I. Bibliography lists 2 sources. War1and2.wps

World War II / A General History : 5 pages in length. The largest and most costly war in history, World War II did much to bring together nations that had up until then been bitter enemies. The writer briefly chronicles the prewar climate, what actually set off the fighting, as well as the aftermath that followed. WWIIab.wps

The Causes and Effects of World War II : A 5 page paper on the causes and effects of Word War II. It includes insight and some facts as to why we went to war, who was involved, and what some of the outcomes were. It also describes some of the losses suffered by the various countries involved, and what motivated them to act as they did. Bibliography cites several sources. Ww-ii.wps

Did the U. S. Treat Germany & Japan Differently During WWII ? : In 5 pages the writer attempts to answer the question of whether the United States treated Germany and Japan differently during World War II. Actual warfare, public attitudes, propaganda, etc. are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Germtrea.wps

Prelude to World War : 6 pages total. A short essay discussing factors leading upto and surrounding World War I and U.S. involvement. Austria, Hungary, F.D.R., and others are frequently-mentioned keywords. The writer also briefly discusses the relevance of factors that would later lead upto WW II as well. Bibliography lists 6+ sources. Histess.wps

(The) Berlin Blockade : 8 pages in length. An intriguing essay that evaluates, analyzes, and forms an opinion about the Berlin Blockade. (An aggressive, post-WW II act by the former Soviet Union). Paper makes several very strong points. Bibliography lists six sources to support. Berlinbl.wps

The Blitzkrieg / German Warfare In WW II : A 10 page research paper on the blitzkrieg in World War II. The writer details the meaning of the term, the general tactics involved, and the specific campaigns by the Germans during the war. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Blitzkri.wps

Aviation Tactics in World War II / American vs. Japanese Perspectives : A 12 page paper that provides an overview of the aviation tactics used by the German, Japanese and American troops in World War II. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ww2av.wps

Military Strategies & Tactics Used In The Invasion Of Yugoslavia, World War II : A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the military aspects of the Yugoslavian invasion by the Germans in 1941. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Yugmili.wps

Cultural Changes Resulting From World War II : A 5 page paper examining the cultural changes ushered in by the actions and consequences of World War II. Hundreds of thousands of women had gone to work in the nation’s factories that had been dedicated to war materiel production and only grudgingly gave up those jobs for returning veterans. They had become accustomed to the wages and fulfillment of outside employment and set out to regain it in their own right. African Americans were granted the right to vote in 1944 because of their overwhelming willingness to fight and die for the country that had taken little notice of their existence, and the GI Bill provided access to college education to thousands who otherwise would not have been able to attend. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Ww2cult.wps

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Industrial Development In Russia / 1689 Through 1917 : A 16 page paper discussing the industrial revolution in Russia throughout the rule of the Romanov dynasty. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Russiade.rtf

Russia’s Cultural Advancement During The Renaissance : 5 pages in length. While the rest of Europe was advancing culturally as a direct result of the Renaissance period, Russia did not reap the same benefits of cultural development. The Mongol occupation in Russia was responsible for the disproportionate growth; because of the ongoing Mongol suppression, Russians were not able to prosper culturally to the extent other European countries experienced. The writer discusses cultural advancement as it pertains to Russia during the Mongol occupation. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Russren.wps

Catherine The Great : An 8 page overview of the life and accomplishments of Catherine the Great. Although the ethics in her rise to the throne were questionable to say the least, Catherine proved to be an effective leader for Russia. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Tsarina.wps

Tchaikovsky As A Hero : The 5 page research paper on the life and music of nineteenth-century Russian composer Peter Illich Tchaikovsky. The writer demonstrates how the composer’s gift of melody, technical proficiency, and contributions to ballet and opera definitely make him one of the greatest composer of all time. The paper also touches on how Tchaikovsky’s homosexuality influenced how his music was regarded in academic circles. Bibliography contains 4 sources. Tchai.wps

Tchaikovsky / Hero Or Villain ? : In 11 pages, the writer discusses that Tchaikovsky was in actuality a villain, not the hero that he was made out to be, while using critical perspectives such as Freudianism, Feminism, and Marxism. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Kovsky.wps

Decline Of Imperial Russia : A 5 page paper on the decline of Imperial Russia. The discussion involves the argument of whether the decline was doomed or merely unlucky, based on pages 528-611 of the book Major Problems in the History of Imperial Russia by James Cracraft. The side that is taken is that of stating Imperial Russia was destined to fail in light of the fact that they refused to make necessary adjustments to the changes that were rapidly occurring throughout their continent, as well as the rest of the world. They ignorantly believed that they could uphold their tradition and follow their individual form of modernization without integrating themselves with anyone else. No additional sources cited. Imprussi.wps

War, Revolution & Peace in Russia / The Passages of Frank Golder, 1914-1927 :
A 6 page analytical overview of this book, edited and introduced by Terence Emmons and Bertrand Patenaude. No additional sources cited. Fgolder.wps

Democracy in Russia : A 4 page research paper on the concept of democracy and its embodiment in Russia. The writer details the representative form of government, political parties, trends and social and economic problems. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Democr.wps

Socio-Cultural Influences And Elections In Russia : The effects of social, cultural and economic factors on politics are discussed in this 7 page research paper. The 1995 Russian Parliamentary election is highlighted as an example. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Russia.wps

Kazakhstan / An Economic History : An 8 page paper on this republic of the former Soviet Union. Its ecomonic history and the subsequent problems that have developed are examined. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Kazak.wps

The Russian Revolution and the Bolshevik Influence : A 6 page paper that posits that only a very small minority group numbering 33,000 formed the Bolshevik party --and gained the support of millions in order to cause the Russian Revolution under the leadership of Josef Stalin and with the support of Lenin. Bibliography includes 8 sources. Russrev.wps

The French & Russian Revolutions : A 5 page examination of the factors which cause revolutions with a comparison of the stimuli which caused the French and Russian Revolutions and their outcomes. Bibliography lists six sources. Charfa.wps

Sino-Soviet Relations From 1945-1989 : 5 pages in length. Nineteen eighty-nine was a most significant year for Sino-Soviet relations. The Chinese and the Russians had endured several decades of discord that ultimately culminated in the restoration of party-to-party relations, bringing together the two communist parties. The events that initially caused the rift between the two powers served to create considerable strain within existing Sino-Soviet relations; these concerns were not so much because of Russian initiatives or concessions but more because Chinese developments. The writer discusses the events affecting Sino-Soviet relations between 1945 and 1989. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Sinosov.wps

Women's Movement Of 1919 Russia / Conflicting Views : An 11 page paper that provides an overview of the elements leading to considerable opposition in the Russian Women's movement of 1919, essentially dividing the women of Russian. This paper argues that the fundamental premises of both Feminist and Bolshevik groups pitted women against women. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Russwf.wps

Soviet Film In The 1920s : An 8 page research paper on the political and aesthetic principles involved in filmmaking during this era. The writer presents critical commentary and examples from film. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Sovifilm.wps

A. H. Franks "Pavlova, 1881 to 1931" / A Biography : 5 pages in length. The true essence of life's dramatic celebrations and accomplishment is portrayed with vivid mastery in A. H. Franks' biography of Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova entitled Pavlova, 1881 to 1931: A Biography. The writer discusses how Franks captures Pavlova's joys and heartbreaks, successes and failures by offering the reading audience a detailed glimpse into the life of perhaps the most premiere Russian ballerina of her time. No additional sources cited. Pavlova.wps

Economic Policies Behind Stalin and the Bolsheviks / Effects of World War II :
A 10 page paper that analyzes the economic politics behind Stalin and the Bolsheviks, in power during World War II, and how the war affected them. This paper discusses the party ideals, providing statistical information of its success and the resultant devastation of the war based on the West's, including the U.S. sanctions against the country before and immediately following the war. The paper also provides some background on the German threat. Bibliography lists 12 sources . Sovwwii.wps

Stalin's Rule / Leninist Or Otherwise? : 6 pages in length. There have been many changes from the time Stalin took over for Lenin's leadership; however, it is clear by witnessing the style of leadership Stalin exhibited that he was greatly influenced by Lenin. In fact, it can be argued that Stalin did not take over after Lenin's death; rather, he ascended to it by way of taking example from the late leader's strategy. Many have contended that Lenin groomed Stalin for the position by establishing a system of learning that enabled Stalin to carry forth a great deal of the typical daily government business, as well as tend to a number of domestic and foreign policy issues. However, others assert that as Lenin neared the end, he developed doubts concerning Stalin's ability to take over such a monumental task. The writer discusses whether or not Stalin's rule was influenced by Leninism. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Leninist.wps

Grigory Rasputin / A Defense : A 7 page paper reflecting the life of Russian "bad boy" Rasputin. The writer defends Rasputin's "wickedness", and espouses Rasputin as a great Russian historical figure. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Rasputin.wps

Nicholas II and the February Revolution : A 16 page paper that describes the history and persepectives around the February Revolution that led to the abdication of Nicholas II. This paper considers the impact of the two major political groups of the time, the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks during the First World War, and the reflections of their membership on the leadership of Nicholas. This paper also recognizes Nicholas’ relationships with his advisors and their perceptions on the insurrection that caused his necessary abdication. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Nicholas.wps

Battle Of Nomanhan, Mongolia (Khalkin-Gol River) / Analyzed : This 5 page research paper examines the 1939 Battle of Nomanhan border dispute between the Soviet and Japanese armies. Specifically discussed are the causes of the underlying causes of the battle, what took place, and its impact. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Nomanhan.rtf

The German Invasion of Russia / The Battle of Kursk : An 8 page view of the German invasion of Russia with particular emphasis on the Battle of Kursk as being the turning point of the war. Bibliography lists six sources. Kursk.wps

Lenin's Influence On The Russian Revolution : In 6 pages the author discusses Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and his influence on the Russian Revolution. Lenin led the first great socialist revolution in world history. He was a political leader of genius, and a martyr. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Lenrus.wps

FDR vs. Stalin At Yalta : A 5 page paper promoting the argument that FDR was ‘duped’ by Stalin at the Yalta conference in 1945. Some background included on Stalin along with references to specific incidents showing how he manipulated the president in addition to other prominent figures. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Fdryalta.wps

Did Stalin Follow Lenin? : A 9 page paper focusing on the policies and practices of Lenin and Stalin. The writer details the ideology of Vladimir Lenin and analyzes whether Stalin swayed from Bolshevik philosophy. Bibliography lists nine sources. Bolshevi.wps

Lenin and Stalin -- Policies and Practices : A 15 page paper on the policies and practices of these two Russian dictators. The writer parallels Lenin and Stalin and describes their impact on the Russian people. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Bolshev2.wps

Totalitarianism & Joseph Stalin : This 10 page paper discusses totalitarianism, in general, and how Stalin’s regime of terror and complete control exemplifies it. More than Hitler or Mussolini, Stalin represents totalitarianism at its worst. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Stalinto.wps

The Pros & Cons Of Joseph Stalin's Industrialization : Stalin, knowing relatively little about human nature, other than Marx's treatise that "human beings could be molded to serve the state," created a vision of massive industrialization based on the "scientific man." In this 6 page research paper, the writer discusses both the positive and negative effects of Stalin's industrialization in Russia. A number of statistical and sociopolitical examples from 20th century Russian history are provided to better-illustrate points made. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Stalin.wps

Stalin & The Bomb / Book Review : A 9 page paper on David Holloway's book entitled "Stalin And The Bomb" in which the writer explores Soviet efforts to develop their own atomic bomb just after World War II. The geo-political implications of Stalin's project and our entry into what would truly become a "nuclear age" are evaluated. Bibliography lists 5 additional critical sources. Stalinbk.wps

Joseph Stalin / An Evaluation Of His Military Prowess : A 7 page paper on the leadership talents and military campaigns of Joseph Stalin. The writer focuses upon Stalin's activities just prior to and during World War II-- particularly the Red Army's conquests in the Far East and elsewhere. It is argued that Stalin should be commended for playing such a significant role in ultimately defeating the Germans. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Stalinww.wps

Differing Views of Stalin : A 5 page review and critique of three articles discussing Josef Stalin: Nove’s Was Stalin Really Necessary?, Khrushchev’s De-Stalinization Speech, and Toistoya’s In Cannibalistic Times. Nove wanders around and concludes that Stalin epitomized the wishes of the Party, but fails to address the fact that Stalin massacred most of the leading Party members when they disagreed with him; Khrushchev makes solid, valid observations on Stalin, but then follows them with saying that Lenin was not such a bad guy, after all. His support of Lenin weakens his stance on Stalin. Toistoya reports on the publication of Conquest’s book on Stalin. It was published in the former USSR in 1990, but most reading thinkers had already read it when it was smuggled into the country 20 years earlier. No bibliography. Stalin.DOC

Differences & Similarities Between Lenin, Stalin, & Mao : An 10 page reseach paper analyzing the similarities and differences of Lenin, Stalin, and Mao. The impact they had on their country is discussed. Further, a comparison is made between the writings of Lenin, Hitler and Mussolini. All were fanatics, all were dictators, all blamed another segment of their society for everything that was wrong. Extensive bibliography is included. Lenstalin.wps

Stalin / USSR Agenda & The Korean War : A 12 page essay on the Stalinist Agenda, the history behind it, and its application to the Korean War, and particularly the 38th Parallel. The writer also addresses the United States’ and United Nations’ agendas along the same thesis. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ruskorea.wps

U.S. Reaction To Soviet Invasions Of Czechoslovakia And Afghanistan : This 8 page report discusses and compares the similarities and differences between the Soviet’s 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia and the 1979 invasion of Afghanistan. The reaction of the U.S. in both circumstances is discussed, as well as reasons why the U.S. reacted differently in each situation. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Usreact.wps

Education In Russia : An 11 page research paper on education in Communist and Post-Communist Russia with particular emphasis upon the evolution of technical, engineering education. Specific institutes, course work, State Educational Standards, etc; are among the many items discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Russedu.wps

Gorbachev's Leadership : An 8 page paper that provides an overview of Gorbachev's leadership style and considers it in terms of the impacts on the Soviet coup and transformation. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Gorblead.wps

Gorbachev's Speech to the United Nations : 5 pages in which the author discusses the 1988 speech given by Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev. The speech is analysed. Gorbspee.wps

Legal Reforms Of Gorbachev vs. Yeltsin / Comparative Analysis : A 15 page research paper examining the legal reforms of Gorbachev and Yeltsin. Specific focus on the attempt to establish "Rule of Law" and Constitutional Law. Successes and problems in both administrations as related to these concepts is discussed. Extensive bibliography provided. Gorbyelt.wps

A Machiavellian View Of Yeltzin : A 5 page analysis of the actions by the Russian president, Boris Yeltzin, who dismissed his entire Cabinet in March of 1998. The writer demonstrates that Yeltzin’s use of power can be described as Machiavellian in nature and demonstrated many of the principles of the 16th-century political philosopher. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Yeltsinm.wps

Gorbachev vs. Castro : 6 pages comparing Cuba's Castro and the former Soviet Union's Gorbachev-- Two Communist leaders who ruled their respective countries quite differently. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Gorbcast.wps

Gorbachev, American v. Russian View : A 5 page discussion of two views of Mikhail Gorbachev. The paper posits and discusses why Americans view Gorbachev as the hero of world peace and democratization, while Russians view him as the person who destroyed their country and a capitalist stooge. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Gorbi.wps

Looking Back / Soviet Foreign Policy : This 6 page research paper analyzes the radical changes that the Soviet Union underwent from 1980-1992 with regard to foreign policy and its impact on European Neighbors. These years were crucial as they were the last of the Soviet Empire. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Foresovi.wps

US-Soviet Foreign Relations / 1972 - 1991 : A 9 page paper covering the years 1972-1991 in US-Soviet relations. Paper is divided into 3 parts: 1972-1979; 1980-1985; 1985-1991. Bibliography lists12 sources. Ussoviet.wps

U.S. - Russian Relations / After The Cold War : A 3 page research paper exploring the necessity for the Presidents of the United States and Russia to continue meeting despite the end of the Cold War. The recent summit focused on expanding NATO, which Russia opposes, and further arms agreements. Bibliography included. Natoruss.wps

American Cultural Imperialism In The Post Cold War Era : A 5 page research paper that examines current thinking regarding the ways in which Western style consumerism has become the hallmark of globalization. Bibliography lists 3 sources. USculit.wps

What Won The Cold War? : A 6 page essay presenting the thesis that it was internal reform movements and the efforts of reform leaders such as Mikhail Gorbachev, rather than the actions of Ronald Reagan, which led to the end of the Cold War and the fall of the Soviet Union. No additional sources cited. Coldwa4.wps

Parestroika : An 8 page paper describing the restructuring of the Soviet Union. Special attention is paid to Gorbachev who was the instigator of this movement towards change in Russia. A brief history of the movement and the areas it impacted are mentioned. The KGB, Twelve Year Plan, agriculture, industry, and work conditions are some of the areas affected. Parest.wps

Nuclear & Chemical Weapons Trade in the Russian Federation : 5 pages in length. A discussion of how the new Democracy in Russia brings about a wealth of new issues to consider regarding nuclear arms arsenal maintenance, weapons proliferation, etc; START treaties, policies, and the sociopolitical / financial aspects of former Soviet arms reduction are examined. Financial needs in Russia are seen as barriers to trust and a warning is given that we need to still keep an eye out for failed compliance. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Nukeruss.wps

The Russian Economy Before & After The Break-up of the Soviet Union / Economic History and Systematic Change: The earliest notions of modern Russian economic state can be linked to the leadership of Peter the Great, who, in 1682, began to reshape Europe and initiated the entrance of Russia as a world power. Since that time, the transformation of economic conditions in Russia has been linked to the founding premises for expansion, control and industrial development asserted by Peter I. This 48 page paper reflects the nature of the Russian economy both before and after the break-up of the Soviet Union, and considers the link between the history of the economy and conditions in 1991 that resulted in the end of the Soviet Union. Bibliography lists 32 sources. Russiaec.wps

Klyuchevsky’s "Peter the Great" : A 5 page paper discussing the book "Peter the Great," by Klyuchevsky. The author, while at times vague and stinted in his writings, is able to illustrate one of the most influential men in history. Without Peter the Great Russia would not have been what it was, or was to become. Klyuchevsky’s book illustrates this very well and appears to achieve this alluded goal. No additional sources cited. Klyuch.wps

The Commonwealth of Independent States : A 9 page paper with a one page sentence outline and 3 maps, that describes the geography and topography of the republics within the Commonwealth of Independent states. This paper presents a short political and geographical history of the newly developing Commonwealth, and then choses 5 of the republics of the Commonwealth that best demonstrate the common geographical and topographical conserations of the area. The five republics utilized are: the Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Azervbaigan and the Russian Federation. Bibliography lists approximately 8 sources. Commonw.wps

Professional Women in Russia -- Then and Now : A 14 page research paper on the role of professional women in Russia. The writer discusses the Soviet era and compares it with the present day as it relates to women' s roles. A number of strong analytical points are made and supported with social, cultural, and political fact. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ruswomn.wps

Post-Communist Russia : A 12 page research paper that gives an overall look at life in Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Topics included cover the increase in crime, the economy, standards of living and the status of women. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Postcomr.wps

Main Barriers in Moving from Command to Market Economy / The Post-Soviet Example : The former Soviet republics have experienced a range of problems in asserting a transition from a central command economy to separate market economies, and this 8 page paper reflects the barriers to this transition. This paper considers the barriers to this change in general, including the absence of rule of law, the mentality of the citizenry, the fiscal system, tax system and monetary system, as well as infrastructure components and the impacts of technology, and then applies examples from the transitions that have occurred in Eastern Europe. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Commark.wps

Russia's Free Market Economy & Post-Communist Europe : A 6 page essay on the problems of trying to establish a free market economy in post-Communist Russia. It is recommended, however, that the newly-formed states offer great promise and that it would be most wise for us to form strategic alliances with them. The writer also cautions us about political instability and continued problems that could arise on a global scale if we are not careful. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Russimar.wps

Russia's New Role : This 12 page paper addresses the evolution of Russia's role in the United Nations. Also included is a look at the country's past, present and future. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Russiaun.wps

Reconciliation Of Two Views On The New Russia : A 7 page paper that explores this issue from Gail W. Lapidus’ anthology and Vladimir Andrle’s historiography. The writer posits that despite the fact that Lapidus seems to approach the resolution of the ethnic conflicts and economic issues from a centrist top-down view, in fact her research and conclusions are in line with Andrle’s history of a bottom-up power based on the strength of the "peasantry" of the old Russia. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Newruss.wps

Russia -- What is the Next Step? : An 8 page overview of the past and current political situation in Russia. Examines the factors which must be addressed in order for Russia to reestablish herself as a "normal" power in the international system. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Russnext.wps

Will Democracy Survive In New Russia ? : In 5 pages, the writer discusses whether democracy will survive in Russia. "Russia has experience momentous revolutions during the twentieth century. There are some that contend that Russia will face a crisis in its governance, but that democracy will prevail. Others view that the democratic tradition in Russia is weakened and that Russia will fall back to its old ways of an authoritarian system. This author posits that democracy will not survive in Russia." Bibliography lists 5 sources. Willdemo.wps

The Russian Mafia / Corruption in Communist and Post-Communist Russia : A 12 page paper that considers the corruption of the Russian Mafia in recent history and reflects on possible solutions and obstacles to change. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Rusmaf.wps

Russian Economic Crisis : This 28 page paper discusses the currency devaluation and economic crisis in Russia. Possible reasons for the current dire economy are discussed as are its effects on banks, securities, and restructuring and payments of debts to both domestic and foreign sources. The budget and labor problems are also discussed. The crisis did not really begin in the summer of 1998, in fact, it began years ago. Some of the history is also provided. Brief examples of the effects of the Russian currency devaluation and payment schedule on banks outside of Russia are provided. One illustration is included. Bibliography lists 17 sources. Rusecocri.wps

Business Effect of Russia’s Lack of Infrastructure : A 5 page paper examining the lack of information management infrastructure as a factor contributing to the vastly uneven growth of the economy before its financial collapse in 1998. Many individual businesses were well equipped with the technological standards of business today, but they were concentrated in only a few major industries. All other segments of the economy did not fully share that good fortune—not only was infrastructure lacking in many areas but where it did exist there often were no qualified technical personnel to manage them. Observers believe that Russia will fare much better when the economy grows again. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Russia1.wps

The Housing Crisis In Russia : A 10 page research paper that is given in the form of a position paper on the state of housing in Russian as submitted to the Russian Minister of Social Policy, Valentina Matviyenko. The topics covered include the background to the current Russian housing shortage and how this fits into the overall picture for the Russian economic crisis. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Russhous.wps

Is Nationalism Pernicious ? : A 3 page paper that looks at the inherently pernicious nature of nationlism and the results that this has had in the now defunct Soviet Union as well as in the United States during the U.S. Civil War. In these two examples, warring factions based the development of the premise for war out of declarations of nationalism. Nationalism has led to divisions in the United States, and the breakdown of the entire political structure of the once USSR. Bibliography lists 2 sources. National.wps

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