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I am not going to scream out the answer like that other person who answered this did. I am simply going to say its the Soviet Union.

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Q: Glasnost was a political policy introduced in what country?
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What country was the political policy glasnost introduced in?

Russia/Soviet Union

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Which president of the USSR encourage the policy of glasnost?

The policy of glasnost, or openness was paired with perestroika, or restructuring. They were introduced by Mikhail Gorbachev, who became general secretary in 1985.

What is perestroika and glasnost?

Perestroika, which literally means restructuring, was a political movement for reformation in the Soviet Union. Glasnost, which means openness, was a policy reform proposed by Mikhail Gorbachev.

A direct result of the glasnost policy might be?

to make the country open to debate and its management transparent

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Mikhail Gorbachev was the President of the USSR who encouraged the policy of Glasnost.

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Which new Soviet policy allowed for more individual freedom like free speech?

Glasnost was the new soviet union policy which allowed for more individual freedoms like free speech.

Under Mikhail Gorbachev which policy eased censorship in the Soviet Union?

Gorbachev's policy that eased censorship in the Soviet Union and introduced many other democratic freedoms was referred to as glasnost, which literally means "openness".

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