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どなたか和訳していただけませんか? In December, 1991, the worked was stunned by the Soviet Union’s breakup into fifteen separate countries. The West applauded its collapse as a victory of democracy over totalitarianism, and capitalism over socialism. The US was overjoyed to find its long-standing enemy going down on its knees, that is, the end of the Cold War confrontation, which had lasted since the end of World War II.

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    1991年12月、世界?は、ソ連が15国に分割されたのに驚いた。西欧諸国はソ連の崩壊を専制主義に対する民主主義の、社会主義に対する資本主義の勝利だとして拍手した。アメリカ合衆国は、第2次世界大戦終結以来続いていた冷戦対立が終わったとして、この宿敵が屈服するのをこれ以上の歓びはないと狂喜した。

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 1991年の12月、ソビエト連邦が15カ国に解体されることになったという事態に、世界は驚いた。西側の国々は、全体主義に対する民主主義の勝利だ、資本主義が社会主義に勝利したのだと歓迎の意を表した。米国は長年にわたるライバルが膝を屈したことに狂喜した。それは第2次大戦が終結して以来続いていた冷戦の終わりを意味したのだ。

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