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The Cold War Superiority of the United States

as it was during what was deemed the cold war. II. The Cold War The expression "cold war" was used for the first time by...

Post Second World War Cold War Rivalry Between the Soviet Union and the United States

the outcome of the conference. At the Teheran Conference Stalin was indifferent to the division of Germany into separate sections...

Cold War Ideological Separation of the United States and the Soviet Union

erupt. The years which fell during the Cold War was perhaps one of the most interesting periods of world history. The inte...

United States and and the End of the Cold War by John L. Gaddis

confrontation known as the Cold War was aided and abetted by the American tendency to be suspicious of power, even when it wielded...

Relations Between Russia and the United States and the Continuing Effects of the Cold War

Russian Revolution was all for naught. Communism was a dismal failure and Russia is now a poor country while the U.S. is seen as t...

Cold War and Bipolarity Between the United States and Soviet Union

U.S. has largely led while European representatives followed passively. By the fall of 1944 during World War II, Allied sol...

Cold War and Varying Perceptions by the Soviet Union and the United States

In eight pages this research paper discusses how during the Cold War foreign policies were the result of very different perception...

Post Cold War Relations Between Russia and the United States

In three pages this paper discusses the state of the post Cold War relations between Russia and the United States with various poi...

Post Cold War Relations Between Russia and the United States

In ten pages this paper discusses the post Cold War relations between Russia and the US and the tensions that still remain. Ten s...

Post Cold War Relationship Between Russia and the United States

In nine pages this paper discusses the post Cold War changes in the relationship between the United States and Russia. Six source...

Cold War Impact of Iranians in the United States

In 5 pages this paper examines the migration of Iranians to the United States and the effects of the Cold War on their transplanta...

U.S. Culture and Societal Impacts of the Cold War

II. RELIVING THE PAST TO UNDERSTAND THE FUTURE It has been argued that the end of the Cold War has made "obsolete...

Cold War Civil Rights

work essentially takes the reader through many eras as it relates to what was going on in the nation (lynchings etc.) and in polit...

Totalitarianism and How It Originated

the human omnipotence and the genuinely powerless. The books grim analysis of totalitarianisms origin leads the author to ass...

Post-Cold War Policies to Facilitate “One Europe”

be issued an invitation" (Krahmann, Terriff and Webber, 2001). Despite the opposition, the U.S. position won the day (Krahmann, Te...

The First Persian Gulf War

to it as the First Gulf War (Zwier and Weltig, 2004). It is also known as the First Persian Gulf War. In Kuwait it is referred t...

State Responsibility and International Law

In six pages this paper uses student submitted case information in an examination of aliens and state responsibility in an intern...

Engelhardt's The End of Victory Culture

other words, conflict has several specific social and cultural functions, especially in terms of the way that a nation defines its...

Could the Cold War Been Avoided by the U.S.?

In six pages the Cold War is examined within the context of whether or not the United States could have avoided its involvement. ...

Cold War and Propaganda

a profound psychological impact. But hindsight is always twenty twenty. One must look back at history in order to grasp why there ...

Questionable Guilt of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg

In fifteen pages this paper examines the Cold War 'Red' hysteria that gripped the United States during the early 1950s and how thi...

J.F.K. and Bill Clinton and the Defense of Liberty

The writer discusses how these two Presidents approached the problems of defending liberty, both at home and abroad. Their approac...

Deteriorating European Security as a Result of the Cold War

which, in reality, should have been their own responsibility. They viewed the USSR as their greatest threat and the U.S. as the s...

Was the Cold War Caused by Nuclear Weapons?

A bomb could be launched and hot another country with no need for any military personal to step on foreign soil. The United Stat...

Cold War Hysteria and 'Casualties' Julius and Ethel Rosenberg

creation of the United Nations (Wannall 5). Harry Dexter White had been Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and was responsible ...

The Significance of the Space Race

important part of scientific and political history and has a great deal of significance. Yet, in delving into the history of space...

Answering Cold War Questions

arms in Germany, which appeared to Stalin that the US was rearming that country. He was enraged at this perceived betrayal (Vidal...

Berkin's Making America

The many aspects of the Cold War as examined in Berkin's text are discussed in this paper containing six pages and include not onl...

The Cold War: Causes and Ongoing Tensions

that agreement. The Conference at Yalta was the last meeting the United States, Great Britain and Russia would have under...

Post Second World War Era and its Influences

In four pages this research paper examines what influence the time period following the Second World War in this consideration of ...