Name Professor Course Date Effects of dissolution of the Soviet Union to the world The soviet union was a single Marxist which also called the Leninist state. It came into existence in 1922 and became the first country to become a socialist. It comprises of 15 states with its capital city situated in Moscow. Russia was the largest country in the union. The union was formed mainly with the professed idea of providing everyone with social and economic should be embraced at all costs. Rules should be put to safeguard on the interests of the citizens and inclusion in decision making are deemed necessary. Work cited Nourkova Veronika V. and Norman R. Brown. "Assessing the impact of “The Collapse” on the organization and content of autobiographical memory in the former Soviet Union." Journal of Social Issues 71.2 (2015): 324-337. Ellman Michael and Vladimir Kontorovich. The Destruction of the Soviet Economic System: An Insider's History: An Insider's History. Routledge 2015. [...]
Put yourself in the place of a television news reporter. Write a story describing the effects of the dissolution of the Soviet Union on the U.S. and at least one Eastern European country. Use your coursework, the internet, and other resources to get the information for your story. Your story should be four paragraphs in length and a minimum of 350 words.