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How did the weakening of the Soviet Union affect other nations in Europe?

A. It strengthened those with Communist dictatorships.

B. It strengthened those with democratic governments.

C. It weakened those with Communist dictatorships.

D. It had no effect on democratic governments.

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Answer: B. It strengthened those with democratic governments.

The weakening of the Soviet Union weakened other nations in Europe who also had communist dictatorships. European countries with communist dictatorships were quite related to the Soviet Union. All of these countries used to be one big nation. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, these countries also witnessed their collapse. The removal of centralized communist power in the Soviet Union was a result of Gorbachev’s economic liberalization.

Eastern Europe, also known as Eurasia, was under the iron curtain during the Cold War and the Soviet Union was a prominent player in the war. It is quite clear now why the weakening of the Soviet Union affected other nations with communist dictatorships. The countries most affected, however, are countries that joined the Warsaw Pact. Regardless, the decline of the Soviet Union had a significant influence on all of Europe.

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