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'Four Proud Letters: The Dissolution of the USSR'

“Four Proud Letters” is a short RT documentary film on the collapse of the Soviet Union 20 years ago. It brings together a wide spectrum of opinions and analysis on why and how the Soviet Union came to an end in 1991.
­Among the experts interviewed are: Dmitry Trenin, Carnegie Moscow Center Nikolay Svanidze, Russia TV journalist Georgy Satarov, former aide to Boris Yeltsin Fred Weir, Christian Science Monitor John Laughland, Institute of Democracy and Cooperation Ruslan Khasbulatov, former Chairman of the Supreme Council of Russia Jeffrey Roberts, University College CorkIn its special project "20 years post-Soviet," RT attempts to analyze the reasons behind the demise of the USSR and take a closer look at Russia’s Soviet legacy.
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