Synonyms for catastroika or Related words with catastroika

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Examples of "catastroika"
In 2012, he co-directed another film with Kitidi, "Catastroika". It focuses on the Greek economic system and features Naomi Klein and others. The film was released by the co-owned Infowar Productions.
In 2003, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, North Point Press published Bengis' book "Metro Stop Dostoyevsky: Travels in Russian Time" which takes place in Russia between 1990-1996 . Naively in love with Russia and Russian literature, she settled in St. Petersburg in 1990 as the Soviet Union was collapsing, and quickly became immersed in "catastroika", a period of immense turmoil that mirrored her own increasingly complex and contradictory experience. Her friendship with a Russian woman whose marriage is also falling apart, reflects the social tumult, as well as the sometimes dangerous consequences, of American good intentions. It was hailed by Kurt Vonnegut as "the most sane and intelligent book anyone could possibly write about what it is like to be an American or a Russian at the start of the new millennium," and Norman Mailer said "There is so much to praise about "Metro Stop Dostoyevsky" that I will content myself with but one remark. I read it all in something approaching whole pleasure, and how often can we make such a claim?"