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Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich, 1931-. Soviet Union - Politics and government - 1985-1991, Soviet Union - Foreign relations - 1975-1985.
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No other Soviet leader had displayed the charisma, charm, sophistication, and confident personality that is Gorbachev's. Since coming to power, Gorbachev, through his programs of "glasnost" and "perestroika", has led the reorganization of the Soviet Union's political and economic structure has allowed greater freedom and openness in the Soviet society. In 1990, he received the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in foreign affairs - withdrawing Soviet forces from Afganistan, permitting political reforms in Eastern Europe, and easing tensions with the United States. In 1991, after a failed coup against him, he abolished the Communist party and resigned as its head.
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Gorbachev, Mikhail S. Socialism, Peace, and Democracy: Writings, Speeches, and Reports (Soviet and East European Studies). ISBN 13: 9781853050114.
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With the ascent to power of Mikhail Gorbachev in the USSR, Problems of Peace and Socialism began to gain notoriety as an incubator of the liberalization known as perestroika. Several of Gorbachev’s top advisors on his reforms (such as Gennadi Gerasimov, Georgy Shakhnazarov, Yevgeny Ambartsumov, Anatoly Chernyaev, Georgy Arbatov, Aleksandr Tsipko, Yegor Yakovlev, Ivan Frolov had worked on the staff of the magazine in Prague.
Socialism, Peace, and Democracy. Writings, Speeches, and Reports (Soviet and East European Studies). by Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev. Published June 1988 by Unwin Hyman.
The latter seeks to prove the abrupt change in Soviet interpretation following the Cominform denunciation of Yugoslavia. 41 An abridged report of this speech and his concluding remarks were given in Pravda, December 21 and 27, 1948, and in For a Lasting Peace, January 1, 1949. A full Russian text was published in Sofia under the title Političeskif otčet C. K. BRP(k) (Sofia, 1948).
Socialism, Peace, and Democracy : Writings, Speeches, and Reports. by Mikhail Gorbachev. Book by Gorbachev, Mikhail S.
Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev (mēkhəyēl´ sĬrgā´yəvich gərbəchof´), 1931–, Soviet political leader. Born in the agricultural region of Stavropol, Gorbachev studied law at Moscow State Univ. where in 1953 he married a philosophy student, Raisa Maksimovna Titorenko (1932?–99). Returning to Stavropol, he moved gradually upward in the local Communist party. In 1970, he became Stavropol party leader and was elected to the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.