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History’s Revenge: Why the USSR’s Collapse Is Like WWI

..., the most destructive war in history, in which the most lethal weapon ever invented – the atomic bomb – was used. This slow-motion catastrophe unfolded over the first half of the century. The Great Depression could be added to the list. WWI unleashed revanchism in Germany, weakened democracies and markets, and strengthened the USSR, which existed in an alternate economic universe. When Vladimir Putin called the collapse of the USSR the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century, he had in mind only the expected consequences – the disappearance of a state that ...


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