A war crisis does not always turn bloody

The rise and fall of the USSR has been well documented and in itself can be described as a crisis — especially when analysing what lead to USSR’s (Soviet Union’s) collapse in 1991.

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Demonstration for the independence of Lithuania — January 10th, 1990 / Source: Vitaly Armand/AFP/Getty Images

However, one interesting case study that can be taken away from the wider outlook on the USSR is the current state of Russia’s communication or miscommunication with the countries that it ruled over. More specifically, Russia’s aggression and hostility towards Lithuania — that made up a small part of USSR.

Aggression and hostility can come in many forms within diplomatic relations. In today’s post, however, I think…

Gabi Simkute

BA Communications and Media, MCC Assignment

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