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Q: For the most part the US responded to Mikhail Gorbachev's policies of perestroika and glasnost?
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What policies opened the the Soviet Union to the outside influences that ended it?

Glasnost and perestroika

What were Gorbachev's policies?

He had 2 'famous' policies that reformed the Soviet Union. Glasnost (openness) and perestroika (restructuring).

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What led Gorbachev to establish his policies of perestroika and glasnost?

The war in Afghanistan had drained the nation's resources

What factors caused Mikhail Gorbachev to ntroduce his policies of glasnost and perestroika?

He wanted to help ease the economic problems of his country.

What made Mikhail Gorbachev contributed to the fall of communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe?

introducing the policies of perestroika and glasnost

Why did the soviet premier mikhail gorbachev adopt the policies of glasnost and perestroika during the 1980s?

because the soviet economy was in serious trouble

How did perestroika change the soviet union?

Under Glasnost, Soviet people could criticize the system without being punished.Under Perestroika, Gorbachev loosened government control and moved the economy toward capitalism.

Why did Gorbachev adopt the policies of glashnot and perestroika during the 1980's?

Gorbachev adopted the policies of glasnost (openness) and perestroika (restructuring) in the 1980s to reform the Soviet system, address economic stagnation, improve transparency, and increase political freedoms. He sought to modernize the USSR and create a more efficient and responsive government.

What is the Russian word for freedom?

Glasnost. The word (and the phenomenon) gained popularity in the World media in mid-1980s, when Mikhail Gorbachev introduced the new cautiously democratic policies of "openness" and "rebuilding" to overcome the stagnation and disillusionment in the then-Soviet economy and society. The word for "rebuilding" is Perestroika.