How Did The Soviet Union Change The World?

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In 1991 the Soviet Union collapsed into fifteen different countries. It changed the world geopolitical balance. Their fall ended the ownership of a superpowers with the resources of more than a ten countries. The collapse left Russia unable to own anything like the global influence that they had for many years. Before the Soviet Union collapsed representatives of eleven Soviet republics from Ukraine, the Russian Federation, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan met and stated that they would no longer be part of the Soviet Union. Instead, they announced they will create a Commonwealth of Independent States. They did it because Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania had already stated their independence. Some celebrated it as a victory for freedom, a triumph of democracy over totalitarianism, and evidence of the excellence of capitalism over socialism. The United States was delighted as its enemy failed, this way, end of the Cold War, which…show more content…
According to the results, women began to dress differently and deal with men’s activities, like sports. Besides, female sexuality in terms of behavior started to be socially built based on what society felt was appropriate, even if that meant a negative reaction. Women’s functions and their experiments with intimacy significantly changed. Women’s gender roles shifted towards greater equality and sexual power at that time period. In 2014, Russia captured the Crimea and Sevastopol, and unfurled tens of thousands of troops near Ukraine border. This is where the conflict flashed between pro-Russian separatists and the new government in Kiev. Russia's actions, including reported military aid for separatist troops, mark a serious major threat to generally accepted principles of world order, such as, sovereignty and
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