How Did Glasnost Affect Eastern Europe?


Glasnost affected Eastern Europe by several ways. It helped to spread ideas and practices which lead to the ending of Russia's domination over them. Glasnost also gave more countries independence while lessening communism.
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Glasnost allowed Western ideas and practices to reach eastern Europe, which meant the decline of Soviet influence and the eventual breakup of the Russian-dominated union. It ended
Well difficult to say. The Soviet leaders probably did it to strengthen the grip of communism, however it depended only on individual people how they reacted to it.
The spread of glasnost across Eastern Europe result
Glasnost (easing of censorship) and perestroika (restructuring of the economy, had both been tried during other eras of Russian history. They had usually taken place during periods
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