pro-Soviet

pro-Soviet

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) in favour of or supporting anything of, characteristic of, or relating to the former Soviet Union, its people, or its government
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Aware of the truer political reality, the pro-Soviet communists supported her assessment, and they were proved right when pro-Moscow Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was assassinated on Aug 15, 1975, three months into the Indian emergency, by right-wing military coup leaders in Dhaka.
After an ideological split with a 1930s era pro-Soviet communist party that was defeated by the military in the 1950s, former University of the Philippines professor Jose Maria Sison set up on Dec.
"Some of us were pro-Soviet and some pro-China communists.
But for many people in Eastern Europe, this liberation was followed by the imposition of pro-Soviet communist regimes and the long-term presence of the Soviet military in Eastern Europe, something experienced more as an occupation.
Inna Rogatchi: To the PiS legislators and new-born fierce Polish uber-nationalists of all denominations, many of whom virtually yesterday were active pro-Soviet activists, we have a simple message to convey: We-do-know-who--killed-Jews-in-Poland.
As the reason is evident, Hafiz al Assad the father of Bashar al Assad was an air force officer, came in power in 1970 and remained in power for three decades, acted as leftist, pro-Soviet and socialist state and endured an unbending Arab hostility towards Israel.
This loose political affiliation, and an accompanying pro-Soviet disposition, eventually helped push the Cuban revolution to the left.
FOR ANY WHO IMAGINE that fake news is a product of the Donald Trump era, Northern Neighbours, the Canadian pro-Soviet magazine published between 1950 and 1989, provides convincing evidence that the genre was much in evidence during the years of the Cold War.
The fact is that not once during the 45 years of the post-war, pro-Soviet Polish state was the issue of Polish participation in the atrocities against its Jewish population brought to light.
The fact that the 20th January tragedy was committed by the Armenian and pro-Soviet soviet leadership was the last stage of the genocide and aggression policy of the Armenians committed against the Azerbaijani people in the last two centuries.
Though riven by Labour divisions, the pro-Soviet, leftbacking Stalin, Attlee refused Halifax, backed Churchill as coalition leader and insisted on taking the fight right back to Hitler.
The Soviet Union was a great friend of Black people in the United States and the pro-Soviet Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) attracted some of the greatest Black political figures in U.S.