Troika

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Troika or troyka (from Russian тройка, meaning 'a set of three') may refer to:

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Politics[edit]

  • Triumvirate, a political regime ruled or dominated by three powerful individuals, usually troika in the context of the Soviet Union and Russia
  • Troika (Soviet leadership), one of the temporary triumvirates in the Soviet Union
  • European troika, the designation of the triumvirate representing the European Union in its foreign relations: the European Commission, the European Central Bank, and the International Monetary Fund
  • OSCE troika, the leadership of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe: the chairman-in-office and the previous and incoming chairman-in-office
  • NKVD troika, a commission of three for express judgment in the Soviet Union during the time of Joseph Stalin
  • Troika (Tunisia), a three-party alliance that governed Tunisia from 2011 to 2014
  • "The troika" during the U.S. presidency of Ronald Reagan: James Baker, Ed Meese, Michael Deaver

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Businesses[edit]

  • Troika Games, a video games developer 1998–2005
  • Troika Pottery a Cornish pottery company 1963–1983
  • Troika Dialog, the former name of Sberbank CIB, a multinational investment banking and asset management firm

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