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Political Reform of the 80s
Transcript of Political Reform of the 80s
Politics and Major Events - 80s
By Annick Evans
The previous two decades had been full of movements and wars, and people were losing trust in their governments.
Introduction: Build up to the 80s
Dictatorships in South American Countries End
Second Sudanese Civil War
Tiananmen Square Massacre and Protests
The Cold War During the 1980s
Who: Soviet-led Afghan forces and Mujahideen
When: December 24, 1979 – February 15, 1989
Who: The Western Bloc (the United States, its NATO allies and others) and The Eastern Bloc (the Soviet Union and its allies in the Warsaw Pact).
Where: Small-arm combats in Afghanistan, Vietnam and Korea.
Who: The Chinese Government and university students
When: April 15, 1989 – June 4, 1989
Where: Beijing, China
Who: De facto military governments in Argentina, Chile, Brazil, and Uruguay
Where: Argentina, Chile, Brazil, and Uruguay.
Who: Central Sudanese government and the Sudan People's Liberation Army
When: April 1983 – January 2005 (22 years)
Where: Blue Nile, Nuba Mountains, Southern Sudan
Fall of the Berlin Wall
Who: Berliners and Germans in general
When: 9 November 1989 - 3 October 1990
Where: East and West Berlin
Conclusion: The 80s as a Whole
Events either have to do with oppression or the fight between communism and capitalism.