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1 But the ferment in the Arab world echoes the struggle for freedom of oppressed peoples under communism, demonstrating that striving for freedom is not simply a Eurasian but a universal aspiration.
2 Mr Ferguson is almost gleeful when he argues that the consumer society, butt of the bien pensantleft, was the cog in the industrial machine that communism overlooked.
3 further, echoing Mr Putin's view that, even if nobody wants to return to communism, the collapse of the Soviet Union was still the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the late 20th century.
4 Soviet Communism had collapsed.
5 Ivetta seemed interested in things that Kostya found mundane, if not embarrassing—the details of the furniture plant, his boxing trials with Emil, his empty years after the fall of Communism.
6 However, the illusion of a miracle happening after the collapse of Communism (an illusion that afflicts all post-Communist countries) remains just that-an illusion.
7 Outwardly, Nato has changed since the Berlin Wall and communism fell.
8 others were celebrating the fall of communism and the rise of globalization, he saw that with ideology disappearing as a source of human identity, religion was returning to the fore.
9 That same year, they learned Moscow had grown by 1.5 million people to 10.4 million in the decade following the fall of communism.
10 that people had known that this was the trajectory of Communism, but had allowed it to happen.
11 Only the future will reveal whether communism is an unattainable theory of utopia or whether it is the next step for society.
12 Later I believed for a while that communism offered the best hope for this world.
13 Thus, it seems can be discussed in section for a small conclusions, this is whether communism socialist or capitalism imperialist who also destroy, who also "eat not to drop" who.
14 For the American people can no more meet the demands of today's world by acting alone than American soldiers could have met the forces of fascism or communism with muskets and militias.
15 Herbert L. Osgood claimed that anarchism is "the extreme antithesis" of authoritarian communism and state socialism.
16 Under the influence of Peter Kropotkin, a Russian philosopher and scientist, anarcho-communism overlapped with collectivism.
17 In China, small groups of students imported the humanistic pro-science version of anarcho-communism.
18 Much of its economics and legal philosophy reflect anti-authoritarian, anti-statist, libertarian and radical interpretations of left-wing and socialist politics such as collectivism, communism, individualism, mutualism and syndicalism, among other libertarian socialist economic theories.
19 In What Is Property? (1840), Proudhon first characterised his goal as a "third form of society, the synthesis of communism and property".
20 Collectivist anarchists advocate collective ownership of the means of production which is theorised to be achieved through violent revolution and that workers be paid according to time worked, rather than goods being distributed according to need as in communism.
21 Anarcho-communism is a theory of anarchism that advocates a communist society with common ownership of the means of production, direct democracy and a horizontal network of voluntary associations and workers' councils with production and consumption based on the guiding principle "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need".
22 Anarcho-communism developed from radical socialist currents after the French Revolution, but it was first formulated as such in the Italian section of the First International.
23 Similarly, anarchism enjoys complex relationships with ideologies such as communism, collectivism, Marxism and trade unionism.
24 She opposed statism, which she understood to include theocracy, absolute monarchy, Nazism, fascism, communism, democratic socialism, and dictatorship.
25 he posited that someone might argue "what was needed... was not more communism but more public-spirited pigs".
26 The pigs Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer adapt Old Major's ideas into "a complete system of thought", which they formally name Animalism, an allegoric reference to Communism, not to be confused with the philosophy Animalism.
27 The Revolutions of 1991 concluded the fall of communism in Albania and eventually the establishment of the current Republic of Albania.
28 It went through a process of transition following the end of communism in 1990, from centralized planning to a market-based economy.
29 After forty years of communism and isolation as well as the revolutions of 1989, people, most notably students, became politically active and campaigned against the government that led to the transformation of the existing order.
30 In the time since the end of communism and isolationism, Albania has extended its responsibilities and position in continental and international affairs, developing and establishing friendly relations with other countries around the world.