He did not stand by the sidelines, he 'trusted his eyes'
Was Gorbachev a key player in the fall of the Berlin Wall?
did not stand by the sidelines
, he 'trusted his eyes'.
Gorbachev's lack of direct action was not due to cowardice or a feeling of powerlessness by late 1989, as early as 1985 he had told the soviet satellites that he would
not interfere in their affairs
. He was a
man who had faith in socialism
, that in the changing world the Soviet state needed to change
to survive alongside democracy
, rejecting the isolationism of the past but still a man of the system.
He was not a violent man
, had no 'siege mentality' and this is
why he took no direct action
, but was a key player in why the world changed in 1989.
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