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    century was overshadowed by a sequence of events that indicated significant changes in world history as to redefine the era as a whole: World War I and World War II, nationalism and decolonization, nuclear power and space exploration, the Cold War and post-Cold War conflicts; intergovernmental organizations and cultural institutionalization through growth in emerging transportation and communications technology; world population growth and poverty reduction, first realization of environmental…

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    Cold War Foreign Policy Three presidents had choices on how to deal with communism but Truman and Eisenhower decided to use the containment policy on the other hand Kennedy, he used flexible response. Communism was a big factor in the late 1950’s. Since the U.S. is scared of communism spreading people created ways to stop the spread. The “Containment Policy” was made by George F. Kennan to stop the spread of communism. Kennan did this by giving economic aid to Greece and Turkey. To help…

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    The Cold War, a war not of physical combat but everything else, a war between capitalism and communism, a war like the many before it, bears with it shortcomings along with merits. This war made both sides tense and paranoid. President Truman would introduce his famous Truman Doctrine, which would confirm the paranoia against the communist regime. Which in turn angered neighboring nations, The kremlin, and select few Americans. The war caused the two superpowers to set their sights to the stars…

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    Compassion for the Killer Throughout In Cold Blood, Truman Capote writes with bias and embellishes much of the story of the 1959 Clutter Family mass murder. As Capote researched further into the murders, he developed a personal attachment to one of the killers. Even Capote’s most significant claims surrounding the Clutter Family mass murder are unreliable, as he is strongly biased towards one of the killers. Capote’s portrayals of the two murderers, Richard “Dick” Hickock and Perry Smith, vary,…

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    on top after World War II, were engaged in a conflict for nearly forty five years called The Cold War. Essentially, America and the Soviet Union were on the brink of a full-scale war during this time, which would’ve resulted in a nuclear war that has the capability to end life as we know it. One of the most dangerous situations America has ever dealt with in history was the Cuban Missile Crisis. In The Cold War, 1962 was when the tensions were at the highest they’ve ever been between America and…

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    The Refugee Relief Act in 1953 provided opportunities for refugees of communism countries to come to the United States. Hungary produced a large amount of refugees under the invasion of Soviet Union during the Cold War era. Lots of the Hungarian refugees fled to Austria, and under the assistance of UNHCR, some refugees were transited to the United States. The Eisenhower’s administration team admitted thousands and thousands of Hungarian refugees into the country…

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    The Cold War: A New History is about the Cold War, which occurred after the Second World War. The book explains when it “started”, when it ended, and the events that occurred between 1947 – 1991. This war had no clear indication of when it began, for there no treaties being broken, no declaration of battle or of a war. But this time period was of a tension of political and military, for the leaders of Western bloc and Eastern bloc were on the edge of the Second World War. The Cold War was a war…

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    When the word “war” pops up in one’s head a few things that come to mind are death, fighting, and bloodshed. The Cold War was different than all other wars the United States has participated in. The Cold War had physical fighting, but it was more of a war of intimidation and superiority. Since the Cold War was a war over intimidation and superiority one thing that both the United States and the Soviet Union depended on is propaganda. One type of propaganda that was used frequently was radio…

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    Sweden military find out that NATO was encountered a unsettling problem like a flood of distorted and outright false informaton on social media, confusing a perceptions of the issue. Turns out all the information turn out to be false, but the information begun spilling into the transitional news media. Peter Hultqvist, as the defense minister of Sweden, traveled around the country to talk about the false information in town halls and meetings, but no one believe him. But now of the planting of…

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    been the conviction that the Cold War was a calamity for the entire world, and that it can be justified by no consideration of theory, nor by any supposed national interest.” This quote perfectly states how the Cold War was not only a tragedy for the United States and the Soviet Union, but also for the entire world. It also tells how the United States and the Soviet Union were not thinking about the problems that would appear when they “declared” war on one another. The Cold War was an ongoing…

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