The Welcoming Role of the Soviet Union in the Anti-Colonial Movements in Asia


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The Welcoming Role of the Soviet Union in the Anti-Colonial Movements in Asia during the Cold War
This Russian study will analyze the role of the Soviet Union as a welcome ally to Asian countries seeking sanctuary from the capitalist colonial and imperialistic aggression of the United States. The Asian anti-colonial movement was an important barrier to the labor exploitation policies of the American government in its desire to utilize cheap labor in this region of the world. During the Cold War, the battle over capitalism versus communism gave Asian countries, such as North Vietnam and North Korea, made the Soviet a strong ally due to its labor oriented policies protecting the proletariat. Through the long history of the American...
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