The fall of the Soviet Union, 30 years later


The Soviet bloc officially collapsed at the end of December 1991, leaving in its wake 14 independent republics in addition to the newly named Russian Federation. Three decades later, James André, Achraf Abid, Gulliver Cragg, Sylvain Rousseau and Elena Volochine of AXADLETM deliver a series of reports from Russia, Estonia, Ukraine and Georgia on what remains of the Soviet era – and the relationship these countries have with Moscow today. .

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