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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Si l'économie m'était contée par quelques événements Amir Amanullah Khan leadsAfghanistan to independence from the British and attemptsto modernize the country he believeshas fallen behindthe rest of the world.Soon after, he declares Afghanistan a monarchy and installshimself as the king. He thenlaunches a modernizationprogram and attempts to limitthe power of the National Council.However, he doesnot succeed and soon fleesthe country during an uprising. Mohammed Zahir Shah is Afghanistan's last kingwho leads the countryduring a relativelypeaceful four decades. He is ousted by a coup ledby his cousins. General MohammadDaoud Khan becomesPrime Minister of Afghanistan and looks to communistcountries for assistance.He also introduces a newconstitution that allows women more freedom. He is murderedin a communist coup. Nur Mohammad Taraki, the leader of the Afghan Communist Party, takes control of the countryand establishes the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan. Although he declares Afghanistan free ofSoviet influence, he stillsigns a friendship treaty with Soviet Russia. In the 1970s, Taraki and his Deputy PrimeMinister, Amin, enter into a power struggle and Tarakiis killed during a confrontationwith Amin's supporters. Jocelyne Lacasse Babrak Karmal becomesPrime Minister after Aminand his supporters areexecuted by Soviet Russia after an invasion. Widespread opposition to Karmal and USSRspawns violent publicdemonstrations Dr. Mohammad Najibullah, a puppet leader brought into power by the Soviets, rules Afghanistan until he isis ousted by the Mujaheedenafter they succesffullystorm Kabul. Burhanuddin Rabbani, a professor, is chosenby the Mujaheedin to leadthe new country and thusis named the new president. However, the Taliban soonrises to power and publicly executes him. Chute majeure des prix pétroliers pour casser la hausse de l'offre provenant du pétrole de schiste Source: Avant-crise 1929 :Black Thursday et crise 1945-1973 Les trente glorieuses Choc pétrolier 1973 1980-1982 reagonomics 1988-2001 2008-2015 2015 changements en % du PIB (1960-2014)moyenne mobile 10 ans
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