Kurginyan call it “ussr 2.0” and it seems that Ukraine may be the next step on the way to that Brave New World.
In 1954, as we all now know, Crimea became part of Ukraine (staying within the ussr).
Kurginyan defines ussr 2.0 as a new form of Soviet Union that takes into account the mistakes of the past.
In 1954, Cartier-Bresson was the first Western reporter allowed into the ussr since 1947.
The ussr had ceased to exist, and its aid to Najibullah was coming to an end.
Only people who are 40-plus years old with a ussr education support us, but where are the youth?
Almost nothing has been touched since the fall of the ussr in 1991, providing an uncanny glimpse behind the Iron Curtain.
Can we really wait for the revival of the new Evil Empire (as Ronald Reagan called the ussr in 1983)?
The first and perhaps most critical differences between the U.S. and ussr in Afghanistan are over goals and objectives.
At various points, they proposed preventive (or what Dick Cheney would call “preemptive”) attacks against the ussr and its allies.
also U.S.S.R., initialism of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, by 1926.
Official name of the former Soviet Union.