It was until the 1990's that Russia experienced democracy
Even Russia holds elections for president and the legislative, it is not a democracy
This is not an ethnic group that lived in the Soviet Union
There's not a correct answer
The fall of the Soviet Union meant the following except:
New countries were formed
Ethnic conflicts began
Russia became a wealthy country
Democratic governments were established on post-Soviet countries
Climate change would increase Russia's economy?
Explain why would climate change will benefit Russia's economy?
Russian economy is both a miracle and a curse because:
It's based on finite resources
It's not the only country who sells those products, and they can lower the prices
The only seller to European countries
Climate change is helping to produce more
All of the above
The conflicts in Georgia and Ukraine explain the way ethnicity are influential to Russian politics
The protests in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia are seeking a more democratic regime?
Russia is the only power in the region
Russia is producing COVID-19 vaccines
Who is the President of Russia?