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Following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, some of the newly independent states chose to remain aligned with Moscow in their foreign-policy orientation, including Belarus, Armenia, and many of the Central Asian countries. Others chose a different path, with such states as Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova seeking greater autonomy from Russia and eventually turning in a more Western direction.

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