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  1. Boris Yeltsin: He was the first president at Russian Federations. He was a controversial political person, because he supported to fight corruption and fame in the Soviet Union’s Communist Party. And his regime was suffering from corruption scandals. During Yeltsin in power, he was despite efforts to promote a free market economy and the international economy, but too much power to the president which made the political process in Russia has become personal leadership. He played an important role to encourage the Russian Federation’s internal separatism. Under the leadership of Yeltsin, Russia was no longer a superpower country.
  2. Chechnya:  It is an autonomous republic of the Russian Federation under the jurisdiction of North Caucasus Federal District. The Soviet Union was founding, the Chechnya was as part of the mountainous to join the Soviet Union. After the Soviet Union collapsed, the Chechnya Republic was established, but Chechnya independence leader organization focus on Dudayev seized power that establishment of Chechnya Republic of Ichkeria and declare independence from Russia.
  3. Kosovo: It located in Southeastern Europe Balkans. After the Kosovo war on 1999, Kosovo is nominally part of Serbian, in fact, it is hosting the United Nations. The United Nations Interim administration mission in Kosovo interim governance. Between 1990 to 1999, the local Kosovo Albanians also known as the "Republic of Kosovo", but when the country is only a country's recognition of Albania. In 1989, the Serbian referendum constitutional that greatly reduce the right of self-government in Kosovo. Later Albanians announced the establishment of the independent Republic of Kosovo, the elections themselves, and opened their own hospitals, schools, radio stations and the like. The disintegration of Yugoslavia also point onwards.
  4. Maastricht Treaty: The Maastricht treaty is also called European Union. The provisions of the treaty, within the EU required to achieve the free movement of capital, the real single market, and perfectly coordinated economic policy. To close coordination of Member States economic policies and achieve a unified European internal market on the basis of a common economic policy. Specific content is a common currency to formulate a unified currency exchange rates, and the establishment of community policy formulation.
  5. Iraq War: It beginning of the 21st century, the multinational force such as the United States, British invades Iraq to overthrow Saddam Hussein and the Iraqi Baathist regime war. The main reason for the United States and other countries to go to war against Iraq is that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction and acts of the Government of Iraq human rights abuses. the United States President George · W · Bush requirements Iraqi President Saddam Hussein leave Iraq within 48 hours ultimatum expires began military operations.
  6. Multiculturalism: it is a multi-ethnic society to manage cultural diversity, public policy, it takes official means, within a country between different cultures impose mutual respect and tolerance. Multicultural policies emphasize different cultures have their own uniqueness which is a matter of particular importance when receiving other nations. There is a perception that multiculturalism might destroy the national sovereignty of States, but also more difficult for the Government to govern effectively, and will make people ready to accept a single world government, the so-called globalization. But society does not think the general public.
  7. European debt crisis: Refers to since the end of 2009, a number of relatively conservative financial investors worried some European countries in terms of the sovereign debt crisis arising from the crisis in early 2010, when once fell into the most severe situation. A series of economic crises and turmoil, accused of problems Eurozone countries, including Greece, [3], Ireland, Italy, Spain and Portugal, collectively known as the PIIGS, but are not part of the Eurozone countries are also EU members involved. For that part of the EU member states to bail out banks and lead to a surge in sovereign debt, since these countries and other EU member states, especially between Germany and the differences in bond yield spreads and credit default swaps more respect to the greater made these countries gradually emerging crisis of confidence. EU finance ministers adopted a total value of more than 750 billion euros a comprehensive rescue plan for the establishment of a European Financial Stability Fund (EFSF), meant to ensure that Europe as a whole is financial stable condition.

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