Hey there! I see you're on your way to the office too
Oh yes, both Afghanistan and Tajikistan were seen as friendly, neutral states to the USSR.
Hi, yes! I was just thinking about the Cold War. I never realized that Tajikistan played such an important role.
Yeah, Moscow even called for greater investments for industries.
I also just learned that their relations to Moscow grew during the Cold War.
That's right. Moscow's policy in the region changed.
And no one knew if Central Asian republics were colonies of Moscow.
After the Cold War, it was debated if the Soviet Union was even a country or not.
But, I heard that the Tajiks may have had very little autonomy in the Soviet Union.
That's right, some Afghanistans insisted this.
They claimed that groups like the Tajiks had little real autonomy with the Soviet Union.
Me too, that was very sad.
Oh, it's time to clock in, have a great day!
I also remember how women's lives in Tajikistan were changed throughout the Cold War
Kayleigh Wood World Cultures Period 8
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