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1985 for Perestroika and between 1986-1991 for the

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Q: When was glasnost introduced?
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Who introduced glasnost to the Soviet Union?

Mikhail Gorbachev

What country was the political policy glasnost introduced in?

Russia/Soviet Union

What name translated as openness was given to the reforms introduced by Gorbachev?

Glasnost,I believe.

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.

Where was glastnos introduced?

do you mean Glasnost? if so, it was introduced in soviet russia in 1988 by a man called Mikhail Gorbachev (who played a major role in ending the Cold War)

What were the two reforms introduced by Michael Gorbachev in the USSR?

he had a weird birthmark which looked weird and he let the russians have some entrepreneurship

When did glasnost take place?

Glasnost took place in 1985

When was Glasnost The Game created?

Glasnost The Game was created in 1989.

Is restructuring the meaning of glasnost?

No, Openness is the meaning of Glasnost - Check out the link below

Glasnost was a political policy introduced in what country?

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. That person calls people dumb, I don't.

Which President of the USSR encouraged the policy of Glasnost?

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

Why were perestroika and glasnost attmpted?

Perestroika and Glasnost were attempted by Mikhail Gorbachev to change Soviet Union from Communist to Democratic rule.