It was actually an accumulation of several incidents.
It was brought to the attention of the mainstream public in the 1980s.
Mikhail Gorbachev .
Patricia Fosh has written: 'Industrial Relations and the Law in the 1980s'
ethnic unrest caused by a quest for self-determination.
There have been several ethnic cleansings/genocides in modern Turkish history. The largest was the Armenian Genocide with 1.8 million Armenians murdered. There were also a number of massacres of Greek civilians during the Balkan Wars and the War of Turkish Independence. During the 1980s to the present, there has been repression and cultural cleansing of the Kurds. (However, the Kurds were not murdered en masse, so there was no ethnic cleansing per se.)
Harold H. Saunders has written: 'Peace in the Middle East agreed at Camp David' -- subject(s): Foreign relations 'Annual review of U.S. Middle East policy' -- subject(s): Foreign relations 'Annual review of U.S. Middle East policy' -- subject(s): Foreign relations 'Politics is about relationship' -- subject(s): Civil society, Peace, Political planning 'The challenge of peacemaking' -- subject(s): Foreign relations 'The Middle East 1978-79' -- subject(s): Foreign relations 'The Middle East problem in the 1980s' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Strategic aspects, Strategic aspects of Middle East 'A Public Peace Process' -- subject(s): Race relations, Conflict management, Ethnic relations 'The Middle East 1978-79' -- subject(s): Foreign relations
Yes sir they did. in the 1970s they dropped it because they were not generating enough revenue but brought it back in the 1980s
He gave the Soviet people more political and economic freedom. hope this helps! ;)
Lawrence J. Brainard has written: 'Foreign economic constraints on Soviet raw-material development in the 1980s' -- subject(s): Foreign economic relations, Raw materials 'Finance and debt in East-West relations'
The band Depeche Mode started in the 1980s but it was first in 1990 when the album Violater was released. It was this album that brought the band into mainstream.
Alan Alexander Burnett has written: 'Australia and the European Communities in the 1980s' -- subject(s): European Economic Community, Foreign economic relations
1980s were mini skirts and makeup in the 1980s the loook was importan to girls
there were a civil war in lebanon in 1980s
1980s Yugo for sure.1980s Yugo for sure.
Gas was price at $1.25 in the 1980s.
No. Alpacas are certainly not native to Australia. They are a relatively recent addition to Australia, being brought in as exotic farm animals in the 1980s. They were introduced originally in the 1800s, but this attempt did not succeed.
They were invented in the 1970s, and they got popular in the 1980s.
The X Factor wasn't around in the 1980s.
the 1980s where famouse for its pop era mickel Jackson was one of the greatist hits in 1980s he was known as the king of pop "hope that helps"
yes he was , in the 1980s
4 superbowl in the 1980s.
who wore 85 for the ny giants in the 1980s
The list of the Internet and PC what-ifs are: What if Google Maps were invented in the 1980s? What if YouTube was invented in the 1980s? What if Wikipedia was invented in the 1980s? What if Myspace was invented in the 1980s? What if Yahoo was invented in the 1980s? What if Facebook was invented in the 1980s? What if Twitter was invented in the 1980s? What if Deviant Art was invented in the 1980s? What if Skype was invented in the 1980s? What if Google Video (launched in 2005) lasted forever on the Internet? What if laptops were invented in the 1950s? and millions of other what-ifs.
Alfred Pijpers has written: 'European Political Cooperation in the 1980s' 'Vrede in Palestina, confrontatie met Iran?' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, Peace, Iran, Arab-Israeli conflict
Margaret Thatcher was British Prime Minister in the 1980s.