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Waging Peace 1989 New World Order Realities Possibilities DVD MP4 USB

Waging Peace 1989 New World Order Realities Possibilities DVD MP4 USB
Waging Peace 1989 New World Order Realities Possibilities DVD MP4 USB
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Waging Peace: 1989's New World Order Realities And Possibilities Between The US And The USSR Interweaves With The Global Revolutions Of 1989 Known As The Fall Of Nations And The Autumn Of Nations In This International Survey Of The World's Conflict Zones, Including Afghanistan, Northern Ireland, Tiananmen Square, Berlin, The Middle East, Latin America, Africa, Cyprus And More, Reported By Leading TV New Reporters Led By Host Mark Walton, And Guided By The Wisdom Of Exclusive Interviews With Leading World Figures Of The Time, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1989, 1 Hour 28 Minutes.) #WagingPeace #MarkWalton #MarvinKalb #ColdWar #US #AmericanHistory #USHistory #HistoryOfTheUS #MikhailGorbachev #SecondRussianRevolution #Glasnost #Perestroika #ColdWar #RevolutionsOf1989 #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

The Cold War (19851991): The time period of 1985-1991 marked the final period of the Cold War. This time period is characterized by a period of systemic reform within the Soviet Union, the easing of geopolitical tensions between the Soviet-led bloc and the United States-led bloc, and the collapse of the Soviet Union's influence abroad, and the territorial dissolution of the Soviet Union. The beginning of this period is marked by the ascendancy of Mikhail Gorbachev to the position of General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Seeking to bring an end to the economic stagnation associated with the Brezhnev Era, Gorbachev initiated economic reforms (Perestrokia), and political liberalization (Glasnost). While the exact end date of the Cold War is debated among historians, it is generally agreed upon that the implementation of nuclear and conventional arms control agreements, the withdrawal of Soviet military forces from Afghanistan and Eastern Europe, and the collapse of the Soviet Union marked the end of the Cold War.