Most of the population disagreed with both of the policies, however, the benefits and the positive effects outweighed for many. War Communism had a significant impact on the peasantry and the proletariat, it was extremely unpopular and not successful enough to continue. It has been suggested that War Communism was an attempt by the Bolsheviks to go straight to socialism, it is more likely that it was a reaction to wartime conditions, justified by ideological position. The effect of War Communism on the proletariat was immense, Lenin nationalised businesses to place the economy on a war footing. All industries came under direct control of the state, managers were forced to stay in their positions and private trades were banned.
The very social structure of the Congress coupled with many other petty interests of the leadership alienated the dalit community from the National Congress movement. The frustrated elements in the Congress movement have thus formed Congress Socialist Party and later it became Communist Party of India in 1939. Though, there was some differences with the national movement regarding the approach to World war etc., the mass base mainly consisting of the downtrodden of the society, the Communist Party could sail over. On independence, the Communist party of India denounced the independence and staged war against the feudal, bourgeois government in power. Armed struggles were erupted in many parts of India including Punnapra Vayalar, Telengana, Sreekakulam etc.
Also, “The Smoot-Hawley tariff compelled other countries to retaliate with their own tariffs. That forced global trade down by 65 percent.” That means, the world-trade turned in dangerous, cooperation and income have declined in all capitalism countries. It also, contributed the start of the World War
By doing this, they overthrown the poorly run government as the Russian people were in favour of a new system that would work in their favour. The Russian Revolution was triggered by the social, political and economic problems, that combined caused the Russian people to rebel. This Revolution was triggered by the poverty of the Russian people, the loss from the wars, the sneakiness of Rasputin and the failure of the Tsar, Nicholas II. The social causes of the Russian Revolution arose from centuries of oppression towards the lower classes. The lower class had to deal with horrifying living standards and food shortages due to famine and World War 1.
The Effects of the North korean Famine on North Korea and on the Korean Peninsula North Korea and its fanatically isolationist policy, it's equally extreme idea of Juche and how it's economic structure facilitated the North korean famine or “The Arduous march” which lasted from 1994 to 1998 which resulted in the deaths of over a million people.The Famine lead to much needed economic policy changes that would help prevent famines in the first place. Preface: North Korea came out of the aftermath of the Second World War. Previously it was a colony of Imperial Japan and was subjected to forced labour and oppression.Politically, it became split between Communists in the north and Democrats in the south. After being relinquished from Japan
Because of this and the reparations to pay, the German money system had broken down. Relying on foreign loans from America (known as the 'Dawes Plan) to benefit and help Germany recover from its financial losses. In addition to this, the 1929 Wall Street Crash left German people in a poorer state, leaving 6 million people unemployed. Hitler used the sensitive turmoil of the people, recalling the memory of their devastation in his favor, going against the republic and democracy. This can be agreed on as the continual disappointment of the people from the republic, increased the population's desire of a better and stronger
Furthermore, there had been an increase in social antagonism between the bourgeoisie and the aristocracy. Louis XVI’s inefficiency to resolve the problems emerging in the state and economic hardships as a result of the 1788-89 agrarian crises also generated discontent in the state due to shortage of food. The French Revolution ultimately emerged when certain groups of the state challenged the monopoly of the government as they felt that the authority is no more loyal and legitimate. The French Revolution, which lasted from 1789 to 1799 led to various accomplishments. It resulted in the formation of two distinct models of government, such as the representative and authoritative government.
Food security issue has many reasons such as population explosion, climate change, agriculture problems and lack of awareness of the problem. Starting with the first reason, the population explosion is one of the most common reasons affecting the food security problem, which is defined as the lack of balance between (the increase in the number of births) and the resources available in a particular country. Global population growth leads to the inability of some countries to meet the needs of the people and as a result upset the balance of living
The trigger is G-30-S / PKI in 1965. The situation is increasingly uncontrollable force President Sukarno released Supersemar (Warrant of March) in 1966. The political process fall of President Sukarno was also accompanied by massacres people accused of being affiliated with the Communist Party of Indonesia that is persecuted because of events of the G-30-S / PKI. Hundreds of thousands to millions of people were killed in that turbulent period. At the same time, economic conditions deteriorated.
Politics in Kenya had a causal sequence on their economy due to violence that occurred in the 2007 elections. This resulted in the radical decline of their GDP from 7% to 3%. This is further proof that the influence of politics on the economic performance is