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In the post-Soviet era, Turkmenistan ’ s industrial sector has been dominated increasingly by the fuel and cotton processing industries to the detriment of light industry.
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* 1991 – Zviad Gamsakhurdia becomes the first elected President of the Republic of Georgia in the post-Soviet era.
Extending for, the Russian border is the world's longest, a source of substantial concern for national security in the post-Soviet era.
The conventional telephone system is in poor condition because it has received little investment in the post-Soviet era.
Because of low investment and poor maintenance, Uzbekistan's overland transportation infrastructure has declined significantly in the post-Soviet era.
) The end of the Cold War and the cutback in military spending hit such plants very hard, and it was often impossible for them to quickly retool equipment, retrain workers, and find new markets to adjust to the new post – Cold War and post-Soviet era.
The stories about the Spetsnaz and their allegedly incredible prowess, from the more serious to the highly questionable, have captivated imaginations of the more patriotic Russians, particularly being set against the background of a decay in the Russian military during the Perestroika and the post-Soviet era.
Zviad Gamsakhurdia (, ( March 31, 1939 — December 31, 1993 ) was a dissident, scientist and writer, who became the first democratically elected President of the Republic of Georgia in the post-Soviet era.
Since the independence of Georgia in 1991, a cultural resurgence has taken place, albeit somewhat hampered by the country's economic and political difficulties in the post-Soviet era.
Abramowtiz, previously a State Department official, focused the Endowment ’ s attention on Russia in the post-Soviet era.
Outside observers were surprised by the survival of Zyuganov's Communist Party into the post-Soviet era.
Dusheti was a home to nutrition and light industry during the Soviet era, but suffered an economic decline and the population outflow in the years of post-Soviet crisis.
During the late Soviet and post-Soviet era, however, the Wolf's image slowly denigrates into a more cartoonish and less criminal persona.
Later in his career he won acclaim as one of the most successful Ukrainian authors in the post-Soviet era and featuring on European bestseller lists.
During the Soviet era, efforts to secularize society were largely unsuccessful and the post-Soviet era has seen a marked increase in religious practice.
From that time through the early post-Soviet era, some officials in Moscow and in Tajikistan warned of an extremist Islamic menace, often on the basis of limited or distorted evidence.
In the post-Soviet era, Islam became an important element in the nationalist arguments of certain Tajik intellectuals.
After the end of the Cold War, DTRA and its predecessor agencies have implemented the DoD aspects of several treaties that assist former Eastern Bloc countries in the destruction of Soviet era nuclear, biological, and chemical ( NBC ) weapons sites ( such as missile silos and plutonium production facilities ) in an attempt to avert potential weapons proliferation in the post-Soviet era as part of the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction ( CTR ) program.
The post-Soviet era was characterized by India and Pakistan in South Asia expanding their interests in the region.
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Iran shares its northern borders with three post-Soviet states: Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Turkmenistan.
Today this term is still used in the other 10 post-Soviet republics-Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.
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It was a leading proponent of Operation Desert Storm against Iraq, and according to Frank Starr, head of the Baltimore Sun ’ s Washington bureau, the foundation ’ s studies, " laid much of the groundwork for Bush administration thinking " about post-Soviet foreign policy.
Despite a post-Soviet tendency towards migration, Oni still retains a small number of Jewish families-remnants of once powerful and large historic Jewish community, Georgia ’ s third largest, after those of Tbilisi and Kutaisi.
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In implementing its strategy to regain political dominance over post-Soviet countries by taking over their economic infrastructure, the Russian state, since 2000, has acquired several key assets in the energy sector and Soviet-era industrial plants.
A typical example of a post-Soviet oligarch entity is the Privat Group-a large Ukraine-based transnational business conglomerate comprising dozens of industrial companies in several markets, controlled by only three stakeholders, and not through the stock exchange.
An important industrial center in Soviet times, Gori suffered from an economic collapse and the outflow of population during the years of a post-Soviet crisis of the 1990s.
The loss of recruits and industrial capacity in breakaway republics, as well as the breakdown of the Russian economy, caused a devastating decline in the capacity of post-Soviet Russian armed forces in the decade following 1992.
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Azerbaijan is an economy that has completed its post-Soviet transition into a major oil based economy ( with the completion of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline ), from one where the state played the major role.
However, Russia has lost its superpower status as it faced serious challenges in its efforts to forge a new post-Soviet political and economic system.
Although Kyrgyzstan has abundant water running through it, its water supply is determined by a post-Soviet sharing agreement among the five Central Asian republics.
It has participated in the quadripartite talks on the conflict in Moldova and promoted a peaceful resolution to conflict in the post-Soviet state of Georgia.
Two federal subjects of the post-Soviet Russian Federation use the hammer and sickle in their symbols: the Vladimir Oblast has them on its flag and the Bryansk Oblast has them on its coat of arms, which is also the central element of its flag.
The work compartment was dominated by the Agat-1 Earth-observation telescope, which had a focal length of 6. 375 metres and a optical resolution better than three meters, according to post-Soviet sources ; NASA historian Siddiqi has speculated that given the size of the telescope's mirror, it likely had a resolution better than one metre.
She has followed closely the post-Soviet transition of Eastern Europe, from 2002 to 2012 was a member of the Bulgarian President's IT Advisory Council, along with Vint Cerf, George Sadowsky, and Veni Markovski, among others.
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the popularity and influence of the intelligentsia has significantly declined, therefore it is typical for the post-Soviet intelligentsia to feel nostalgic for the last years of the Soviet Union ( perestroika ), which they often regard as the golden age of the intelligentsia.
Nonetheless, Slovakia has thus far managed to avoid the excessive brain-drain that has plagued most post-Soviet states.
The Economist magazine has described the RPA as a " typical post-Soviet ' party of power ' mainly comprising senior government officials, civil servants, and wealthy business people dependent on government connections.
Since 1980, it has been customary for visiting foreign dignitaries, especially from historical allies of the People's Republic of China, such as post-Soviet states, to lay wreaths at the monument when visiting Beijing.
" Valentino's Pirates " has become a cult classic, and was the first North American rock album released by a post-Soviet state after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The city of Dzhalal-Ogly in the Armenian SSR was also renamed, in Shahumyan's honor, Stepanavan, a name it has retained in post-Soviet Armenia.
He is an atheist and has spoken critically of the Russian Orthodox Church and the resurgence of religion in post-Soviet Russia.
Although Samtredia has been stable ever since, the post-Soviet crisis resulted in a significant economic decline the effects of which have not completely been reversed.
In Russian language it is known as dembel and has become a certain tradition in the Soviet and post-Soviet Armed Forces.