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  • Waltz's Structural Realism After The Cold War Analysis

    He asks why NATO is still around long after the demise of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact. The answer according to him is because the United State have the need to organize it into a regional security to serve its interest at large even though they have been involved in a few peacekeeping operations of note is the peacekeeping in the Balkans during the 1990s. Aside guaranteeing the security of member states, NATO has expanded to the East, adopting former Soviet…

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  • Vasemmistoliitto Case Study

    younger generation in the party is more into the fact of being apart of the EU. NATO is another thing that is still thought of having only a negative effect onto Finland. The Left Alliance has even said that they promise a NATO-free government. Finland joining NATO would only have an effect on the well-appreciated status that Finland has a neutral country. Bringing NATO to Finland would make Finland take apart in all NATO activity from having their own military base in Finland to making Finland…

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  • History Of Truman Vs. Truman

    1. Harry Truman was the US President from 1945 to 1953. After World War II, he signed the United Nations charter, ratifying the international organization for peace. He also signed the act initiating the European Recovery Program, which supplied sixteen European countries with economic support to rebuild the damaged sites. In Europe, the partitioning of Germany, especially Berlin, added to the increased hostility between the Soviet Union and the western powers. In 1948, Truman created a massive…

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  • Cold War Turning Point

    7. The Cold War, between the United States and the Soviet Union lasted for about 45 years. The United States, which was involved in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO was a defense team against the Soviet Union, which was involved in the Warsaw Pact. During the final few months of World War II, tensions rose between the two rivalry countries. In the United States, president Truman coming into office and their ownership of the atomic bomb, raised more tension between the United…

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  • Essay On How To Prevent The Cold War

    different ideas on how to run their nations. The Soviets wanted to spread communism and the U.S wanted to spread democracy. So to prevent it the U.S took action such as; the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine, NATO and the Berlin Aircraft. The first Diplomacy action the U.S took was joining NATO. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was an alliance of nine Western European nations including Canada, Iceland, and the United States. “The United States signed the treaty in 1949. This marked the…

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  • Before The Cold War

    and Romania. Along with the United States one of their major allies during the Cold War was NATO. NATO stands for Northern Atlantic Treaty Organization. The twelve founding countries in alliance with NATO Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom and the United States (“Member Countries”). Now there are twenty eight countries in NATO. Both sides received advantages because of their allies…

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  • Centurion Tank Analysis

    of the war in 1945 (Ware 36). This tank design became known as the Centurion tank. Even though World War II ended, the Centurion eventually demonstrated its worth in various subsequent wars and proved to be a valuable asset in the arms race between NATO and the Soviet…

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  • Ethnic Groups In Bosnia And Herzegovina

    Srebrenica Ethnic groups and religions Bosnia and Herzegovina are situated in the western Balkan Peninsula of Europe. The larger region of Bosnia occupies the northern and central parts of the country, and Herzegovina occupies the south and southwest. The capital of the country is Sarajevo. The region is divided into three ethnic groups that generally correspond to three major religions; Bosniaks and Islam; Serbs and Orthodox Christianity; Croats and Roman Catholicism. They all share the same…

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  • What Role Did Britain Play In The Industrial Revolution

    Europe is a very important region in the World. Many developed countries such as Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, and Spain located on this territory. These countries are playing asignificant role in the world political and economical system. “Colonialism is the control or governing influence of a nation over a dependent country, territory, or people.” Historically, countries such as Great Britain, France, Spain, and Portuguese send many expeditions to explore new lands and they…

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  • The Great Game Analysis

    (Banerjee and Talukdar 2014). Then, the US Congress also sent 1 billion US $ in order to arrange reforms and organize elections in Ukraine. Moreover, the US began to maintain NATO expansion in the Eastern Europe. According to NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the joining Crimea to Russia was a “wake-up call” for the NATO and other European establishments (Rywkin 2014). However, some republicans and democrats criticize Barack Obama actions towards Ukraine, recalling the Afghanistan…

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