anti-Soviet

anti-Soviet

adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to anything characteristic of or relating to the former Soviet Union and its government: anti-Soviet propaganda.
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to the government and policies of the former Soviet Union: they are not pro-Nazi but anti-Soviet.
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Hezb-e-Islami was founded as an anti-Soviet militia in the 1980s, when it received US funding.
In 1949, Swedish intelligence wrote, "the Lithuanian resistance was probably the best organized and most well disciplined of all anti-Soviet guerillas in the Soviet Union.
Solzhenitsyn selected the burial spot five years ago in a cemetery where many other leading anti-Soviet figures have been buried and he received special permission for it from Patriarch Alexy II, a church official said.
00447, titled "About operations for the repression of former kulaks, criminals, and other anti-Soviet elements;" the fate of Stalin's sons; implementation of the 1947 anti-theft law by the criminal justice system; and the dynamics of Afghanistan policy in the Gorbachev era.
Drawing our attention in this regard is a 123-page report detailing North Korean atrocities, jointly commissioned by a Nobel Peace Prize winner, an anti-Soviet dissident and a former European leader.
1969: British lecturer Gerald Brooke returned to London after four years in a Soviet jail for smuggling anti-Soviet leaflets.
However, Roosevelt could not escape reliance on the expertise of anti-Soviet diplomats.
The caves are thought to be heated and ventilated, as anti-Soviet fighters spent a series of winters in them, and Mr Qadri said they could only be taken by a siege.
Arab veterans of the anti-Soviet Jihad in Afghanistan - whose activities led to serious violence and bloodshed in Algeria, Egypt and Jordan among other countries.
Getman was condemned for anti-Soviet activities, and two years later was shipped by cattle car to Magadan, where the most remote labor camps were located.
Opposed to the Bolshevik revolution, Artsybashev immigrated to Poland, where he worked on an anti-Soviet journal.
But in their anti-Soviet zeal newspapers that usually know their place dealt an effective, if unintended, blow to the nuclear establishment in their own countries.