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  • Nuclear Power Industries In Russia And Ukraine
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    The Chernobyl Accident The Chernobyl Accident negatively affected not only the people of the Ukraine and surrounding countries; it also affected the economy, health and the environment. The Disaster Occurs On April 26th, 1986, something horribly went wrong with reactor four at the power plant in Chernobyl. This accident has so far been the worst one in the world's history of power plants. This accident was caused partly by the operator and partly by faults in the reactor construction. There was ...
  • One Foreign Language English
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    Learning foreign languages. Somebody said: "English is a language that came from nowhere to conquer the world... ". These words are really true and I will prove it. Foreign languages are absolutely necessary for us nowadays because of our growing international contacts with all the countries of the world. There are many reasons why we begin the study of a foreign language. One of them is to be able to communicate with other people who use this language. We may be planning to travel in one or two...
  • Human Rights The Russian War Against Chechnya
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    On September 1, 2004, the world was shocked and horrified by the terrorist attack of Chechen rebels on a Middle school in the Russian town of Beslan. Nearly 1,200 children, teachers, and parents were taken hostage on the first day of school, and held captive for 53 hours. In the aftermath of the explosions and gunfire, over 360 people were killed, and hundreds more were left injured (Kaplan, 2004). The siege of the school was the latest of a dozen bloody attacks - on targets such as airliners, t...
  • Rise Of Russia
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    The Rise and fall of Russia By: Mike Cro martie P. 7 4/29/01 Russia was a huge land mass, almost one sixth of the world was Russian. That's a lot of land, and people. If put to the right use under the right leader this could be one of the major super powers of the world. It had its time, but it's also had its down time. The Rise of Russia was the beginning of Communism. People were organized and people had leaders. The country came together for the first time in hundreds of years. Lenin, and Sta...
  • Time Of Kievan Russia
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    What were the consequences of the Mongol invasion on Kievan Russia The question about the consequences of the Mongol invasion is considered one of the most difficult in the history of Russia. Definitely, they had a great impact on demographics, agriculture, social, political and cultural development of the territories. Generally speaking, the influence of 200-year-long yoke was negative. It brought wholesale devastation and massacre to Russia. (Nicholas V. Riasanovsky, A History of Russia, 20) F...
  • Optimistic Of Russia's Future
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    Should We Be Guardedly Optimistic About Russia's Economic and Political Future It remains to be seen whether Russia will be successful in converting to a capitalistic and democratic society. Since 1989, Russia has slowly deteriorated into a country in great crises. The GDP has decreased at about a 9% per year since 1990 and more and more Russians are going into poverty every year. This is a big problem, Russia is still a nuclear power, and we do not want them to get in a situation where they fee...
  • People Of Chechnya Like Many Other Republics
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    CHECHNYA Chechnya is an independent republic located in the middle of the Caucasus Mountains. This land has always belonged to the Shemite people, decedents of the Shem. The neighboring republics all around them are very similar ethnically. The people that live in the Caucasus Mountains are not the same as the Russian people. In 1864, Chechens surrendered to Russia. During Russia's quest for national expansion, Russia desired the lands in the Caucasus region and fought against and conquered the ...
  • Russia's Middle Class
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    Year 12 History Russian Revolution Research Essay In 1900 Russia was the last remaining absolute autocracy out of the great powers of Europe. Approximately eighty four per cent of Russians were peasants, lead by an over privileged upper class who had enslaved them for centuries. There existed a total lack of understanding or sympathy between the workers / peasants and their ruling class, who cared little about their responsibility and obligation to care for the welfare of their people. By the tu...
  • Russian Social Democratic Workers Party
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    Since the first emergence of Russia as a country, the land was deep rooted in war and decent. In 1917, a momumentus revolution occurred which tumbled the old aristocracy to the ground. Emerging from the rubble was the United Socialist Soviet Republic. This stood strong until the start of the nineties. The emergence of the U.S.S. R is not a process that occurred overnight, but rather, developed over a period rooted deeply in revolutionary motives. The first case of revolutionaries to appear in Ru...

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