A universalization of the liberal model of 1945 to 1991
- The tyranny form of government
- The concept of power
- The tyrant, the sole holder of power
- Tyranny, a controversial and transient system
- A controversial system
- A transient regime
Globalization (since the Liberal turn 1980) combines economic liberalism and liberal democracy. It differs from the first globalization, which was indifferent to the types of schemes, such as war boom. After 1945, the capitalist bloc was called "free world". Yet until 1970, most countries, whether they were pro-US, USSR, or non-aligned, were in fact dictatorships. The dynamics of liberalization had been delayed. The transition to liberal democracy and market economy began amidst all sorts of difficulties. Initially, the economies of former Eastern European countries were experiencing a severe recession. This was also the case in the USSR. The dissatisfied Russian population welcomed the demise of the USSR, and the Communist Party in 1991. In fact, the USSR ended in 1990 when its various components (Baltic States, Central Asian states and the Caucasus) declared independence. The Warsaw Pact was dissolved in 1991.