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    1989 was a very good year by Timothy Garton Ash

    It was the biggest year in world history since 1945. In international politics, 1989 changed everything.

    It led to the end of communism in Europe, of the Soviet Union, the Cold War and the short 20th century. It opened the door to German reunification, a historically unprecedented European Union stretching from Lisbon to Tallinn, the enlargement of NATO, two decades of American supremacy, globalization and the rise of Asia. The one thing it did not change was human nature. Read more from the LA Times

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