1979:A year of influence in the modern world
To say that each year in history becomes more important as a contribution to the modern world than any other – more claims. Finally, over the past centuries, they have been a hundred important years, and several factors are taken into account, we can say that each of them is more important than the other.
Although we agree with these ideas, a year ago, which is now specifically developed by GEOPOLITICS and in a society unlike any other; 1979. From the basic technological stages of radical global political currents – changes that still affect world relations – here are 10 ways to become a modern nineteenth and ninety-nine.
10. Iranian Revolution
1979 brought radical change to the Middle East, but increasingly influenced by all events, he said that no comparison should be made with the Iranian revolution. Islamic fundamentalists were ultimately destroyed by Islamic extremism, which started as a revolution for a really good people, based on ideas of freedom and democracy, as well as the rest of the Islamic Republic of Iran, like us know him today.
Iran is on the rise again in Shiite Islam and its role in shaping the Middle East should not be overstated today. A central role in the war against Iraq, as in all other wars in the region since then, is not only played by securing powerful and hardened Shia militias in Iran – for example, “Hezbollah”, but by activists from the region.
Iran, along with its allies and Russia, is winning the Syrian civil war, not because of a particularly powerful country, but because of the soft power they hold in their hands with their forces military in the Middle East. Their quarrel with the troops and they weren’t allowed to laugh, maybe that would not be the case if the events of 1979. Thanks to Iran, the Shiites are now strong – and quite important – fighting forces – in the region, for some causes of religious wars. is still in progress.
9. Margaret Thatcher
Like everything in the world in 1979, the UK we lived in is a big change. Now, when the gold boom in the early post-war period ended, constant dissatisfaction and unemployment were more important than ever. James Callaghan’s coalition government has suffered numerous strikes that have destroyed unions across the country.
She was followed by Margaret Thatcher, whose politics had such an impact that we are still unsolicited in the world. His faith in the small business of government intervention, invention, tax cuts and the laws of the nature-rich would serve as priests for the foundation of the prosperous and liberal neoliberal movement around the world.
But his role was most important in the panting world of the south in the future. As a result – again, I would say Ronald Rogan, – the persistence and influence of the IMF and the World Bank in many poor countries have been forced to liberalize their prepaid economies. These measures, called structural restructuring programs, also caused significant difficulties for the participating countries. A large state devoid of inequalities, weakening social security systems and intensifying many of the conflicts that these regions are experiencing today are directly linked to the implementation of the policies required by these PPAs.
8. The collapse of communism
Most of us remember the collapse of the Soviet Union as a religious symbol of the fall of communism. This can be seen as a global influence, although his national belief system started much earlier. The defeat of communism and its victory were more geopolitical. Although the transition was slow, many historians agree that the end of communism was marked by a visit to John Paul II in Poland in 1979.
He functioned as a spy for the discontented and oppressed population of the Polish People’s Republic; the largest communist country in the Soviet Union. various committees led the nation both during and after his encouraging visit to continue the “Solidarity” movement, which then dissolved the Communist government in 1989. Historians even say that many of Gorbachev’s policies, which ultimately led to the dissolution of the Soviet Union, were inspired by the solidarity movement.
7. Chernov Report
For many people, climate change is a shock. We head to the summer beaches here often taking advantage of the usual planetary weather with a sudden picture of the whole of Australia. While this may surprise many of us, researchers say it’s likely since the first report, which occurred in 1979 in parallel.
For the first time, a series of scientists, known as the Charney report, in the district, made calculations and agreed that greenhouse gases – for example, CO2 – could be useful to the world. It was also the first time someone had talked about it and accurately predicted the temperature increase in the coming years. Although it has no bearing on public sentiment, it has sparked public research and has directly led to the formation of many technologies that are now used to monitor weather trends. What’s more, his predictions were accurate for many years, he later wrote, proving – at the very least – that scientists know what they are saying.
6. the Nicaraguan revolution
The rebellion of all kinds is no stranger to South and Central America, although the increase in Nicaraguan production in 1979 is notable for its future impact on the region. From that time on, the struggle between the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) and the Somazy family and administration sparked a series of events that changed politics in South America, as well as groups that fueled all the fierce fighting and uprising in the decades to come.
The battle was initially won by the Sandinistas, although their communist character was not good and American interests in the region. Mexico, for its part, supported the rebel regime and its military assistance government of Nicaragua and other terrorists in the region were then more destabilized. The battle of the FSLN is ready for the American Contras fighters – training local fighters, including the Pro-Somoza – who will affect politics in neighboring regions over the next few years.
Japan experienced a further increase in the annual production of riots in 1979 and an escalation of civil unrest. There was a time when Japanese companies dominated the world of technology: from games to domestic. While many products could be described as unusual at the time, one of them is a big change in the modern world unlike any other – the Sony Walkman.
It may be on Seven cell phones that were fully functional computers, but the release of Walkman in Japan on July 1, 1979, marked the start of a long period that I had never seen before. For the first time in history, people were able to listen to recorded music along the way they had never had the opportunity to do. Walkman’s popularity has added to the magazine industry, distributing the largest music studios available today.
4. You are raising Wahhabism
If so many similar events have occurred in the Middle East, it is because 1979 has never been under this branch. Then in Saudi Arabia, where a group of armed militias hit the Great Mosque in Mecca. They demanded the liberation of the monarchy and called the people’s revolution, although unlike Iran, the idea was that they were ready to judge the people on this issue. During the war, which took weeks, the rebels – along with the exiles brought to war – were then shattered.
The incident – the first of these – shook the Islamic world and brought about a massive change in the Saudi regime. The king called for the strongest form of Sharia law in Saudi Arabia, establishing the stubborn great form of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia and his close friends. The stubbornness of Islam, of Saudi Arabia and its allies, led to very long-lasting events in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, such as the fall of the United States and the September 11th.
3. Recognition in China
As historians have repeatedly pointed out, in the 20th century, American governments have a particularly important problem with the communist regime. The United States dealt with any new nation, formed after the war, wanted a level at its best; Either he simply leaves his place, or he simply refuses to recognize it until it disappears. However, China is not the same in the big countries. Although he initially refused to recognize the Chinese Communist government, a major trading partner like China said nothing negative. January 1, 1979, in the United States and the famous nation Republic People.
This solution – with the reorganization of the newly elected Deng Xiaoping – led to the transformation of China into the most prosperous and developing countries today. In a moment of American recognition followed by China, which officially entered the world market, opening the public to its current place in the world.
2. Saddam Hussein uses force
Saudi Arabia and Iran were not the only countries in the Middle East to experience a major political and social change in 1979. The reforms, starting with President Saddam Hussein, took effect.
The first thing he did was to brutally block all rallies and opposition of Sunni extremist groups against the growing influence of Iran. Although at that time it is unlikely to be a Shiite-Sunni conflict, support for Saddam because the extremists would have long-term political implications. This does not mean, however, that the immediate effect was not there.
Shortly after his election, Saddam led his country into a protracted war with Iran. Most of us can even imagine that it was, even though it was one of the longest and bloodiest wars in history and lasted about eight years. The war, as well as the Iranian revolution and the invasion of Soviet migration to Afghanistan, in the region, have long formed a strong opposition to the future, which unfolded in the city in the form of a civil war in Syria.
1. The United States has invaded Afghanistan
Although there were many major events in the 20th century, some – such as the First World War and the Russian Revolution – stood out for their importance. One of them was the unsuccessful invasion of the Soviet Union into Afghanistan in 1979. War – successfully started, eventually destroyed in the Soviet Union, the Cold War ended and gave birth to the idea of military leaders modern zhyhadyzmu such as Osama bin Laden.
This is not the most common fact, even if the Soviets were very disgusted with radical Islamic groups, armed and trained in the United States, often used in Pakistan or China. Islamic fundamentalism, which is now trying to fight in many countries, will initially be motivated to serve as a goal in the plan to combat Soviet influence on the battlefield. Although this policy is, of course, out of the way – because of the war that destroyed the Council – we do not know if the risk is worth it. The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan until the tenth decade changed the world more than it allows us to count, even to know.