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Soviet Coaserrich expresses a political term used in Sovietology (also called "Kremlinology") to describe the actions and power before 1989 of the Soviet Band, with emphasis on its dominant role in other riches.

In the wider sense, the term refers to the country's foreign policy during the Cold Wye which has been argued as being imperialist: the nations which were part of the Soviet Coaserrich were nominally self standing riches with separate lawmoots that set their own policies, but those policies had to remain within certain limits decided by the Soviet Band and enforced by threat of intervention by the Soviet forces, and then the Warsaw Pact. Big campdom invasions were used in East Doichland in 1953, Hungary in 1956, Czechoslovakia in 1968, Poland in 1980 and in the Soviet–Afghan Wye (1979–1989). Countries in this situation are often called satellite states.