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  • American Policy After World War II

    beyond the regions in which the Red Army were already situated. The policies introduced by America accelerated the division of Europe, such as the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan. By 1949, the creation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) fortified Europe’s division. In March 1946, George Kennan sent an 8000 worded telegram to the U.S with his own views of the Soviet Union and the U.S policy towards them. This telegram highlighted that there would be no ‘peaceful coexistence’…

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  • Fall Of Yugoslavia Research Paper

    The Fall of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia was a nation that was formed in the aftermath of the First World War and was located in the South-East. Its inception was in the year 1918, and although it was created with an intention to remain intact as a republic, it did break up in the year 1992 to the current nations of Slovenia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. There were various. Its downfall was not a one-day affair and took quite sometimes before it was officially…

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  • Ronald Reagan Influence

    of evil. Ronald believed that the advancement of communism anywhere threatened freedom everywhere. So, to stop this malevolent political movement, Reagan though it would be best to not work alone. He worked with countries who were involved with the NATO such as the United Kingdom, France, and Italy. Reagan worked and provided these anticommunist countries with financial and military aid to prevent this dispersion of communism. The United States government soon began to realize that the USSR was…

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  • ISAF Mission

    Is the war in Afghanistan after one decade a success or a failure? After the September 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States by El-Qaeda, the UN Security Council pass out a resolution 1386 in 2001 giving the authorization to establish the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) which was deployed first to Kabul to train the Afghan National Security Forces and assist Afghanistan in rebuilding their government. Then two years later ISAF mission was expanded by the UN Security Council…

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  • International Relations Dbq

    How foreign policy makers answer the above question will be crucial in how the future looks. In today’s uneasy and conflicted culture there are many issues that have been raised in the twenty first century. Some of these challenges includes the war on terror, security issues, and problems with international relations are three challenges that the United States face in this day and age. An organizing principle is beneficial to the world’s leaders and the people because it gives them a clear…

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  • Harry S. Truman's Role In American Foreign Policy

    The 33rd President of the United States came to power at a crucial, transitional time for the Nation. Harry S. Truman succeeded to the presidency during the final months of the World War II. Truman had to guide the Nation through the end of the war, the atomic bomb, and the beginning of the Cold War. Throughout his first and second terms, he faced crucial decisions that were detrimental for the future of the American foreign policy and that would leave a legacy. Harry S. Truman was born into a…

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  • Realist Interests In Nuclear Weapons

    In international politics, the driving forces behind many of the world’s actions possess similar characteristics. They are driven predominately by material interests, power statuses, and wealth, or realism, as opposed to a combination of ideologies, identities, loyalties, and emotions, or liberalism. Political speech may be riddled with these emotional calls for action, but behind closed doors, politicians discuss the language of realist goals. Realist interests are exemplified in the notion…

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  • The Berlin Wall: The Causes And Effects Of The Cold War

    the United States and the Soviet Union accumulated too many nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. the NATO Treaty Organization (North Atlantic military cooperation treaty signed by Washington in 1949) and the Warsaw Pact (between the Soviet Union and its European satellites, this treaty organized to Eastern Europe from the point of view military blocs were formed military as had happened with NATO in Western Europe in 1955). He came to the destructive conflicts in Vietnam and Korea. The Soviet…

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  • Able Archer Case Study

    Able Archer was a simulated operation organized and conducted by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), which spanned a ten day period, from November 2nd to November 11th 1983. It simulated a time of conflict escalation, leading up to a coordinated nuclear attack, and involved an influx of communication, and the participation of several heads of government. The steady weakening of US-Soviet relations prior to Able Archer, as well as the realistic nature of the exercise, led several…

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  • Discuss The Relationship Between Us And Pakistan After 9/11

    Analyse the relationship between the USA and Pakistan since 2001. After September 11, 2001 the US and Pakistan started to work as closely allies against war on terror. However, this alliance has seen several setbacks, especially during last four years. Alexander Evans description about the US and Pakistan relations during last decade may give the best impression: “These two countries have at times been close, at others distant, alternately cultivating or compromising each other.“ This essay…

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