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    The Warsaw Pact Analysis

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    The integration of West Germany into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) petrified the Soviet Union and caused them to create their own military and economic alliance known as the Warsaw Pact. Even though it was initially referred to as a Treaty on Friendship, the Soviets became increasingly authoritative in regard to the actions of their so called allies and provided these nations with the impetus to withdraw from the Pact. Two countries that felt the sting of Russian authoritarianism were Russia and Czechoslovakia. The inability for the Soviet Union to cooperate with other countries prevented the Pact from economically and socially thriving, resulting in disbandment in 1991. The Soviet Union’s overwhelming control over other…

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    Introduction The North Atlantic Treaty (NATO) and the Warsaw Pact were two defining features of the Cold War, formed early in the period and lasting the entire duration of the Cold War. Both treaties were initially formed with the predominant idea of mutual protection, as evidenced in NATO’s Washington Treaty article five, and the Warsaw Pact’s Treaty of Friendship, Co-operation and Mutual Assistance’s similar article four. These two articles both state that an attack on one of the member…

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    could easily have erupted into WW3. The decade-spanning Vietnam War which in 1968 was intensified with the launch of the North 's Tet Offensive and an increasing amount of anti-war sentiment from the US Public; various African post-colonial independence movements throughout the decade; the 1961 Berlin Crisis that saw Soviet and American tanks face off across the East-West Berlin border; the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion against newly Soviet-aligned Cuba and the subsequent Cuban Missile Crisis of…

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    NATO And The Warsaw Pact

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    Explain the reasons why NATO increased and gained new members while the Warsaw Pact remained the same. NATO: In 1949, the United States and 11 other Western nations were afraid the further Communist expansion, so they created the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Its original members were Belgium, Canada, Denmark,France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands,Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States. THE WARSAW PACT The Soviet Union and its Communist…

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    2015 The Warsaw Pact Imagine that the world is a roaring sphere of suspicion and all fingers are pointed toward you. Welcome to the Soviet Union during the Post-World War II era. Only four short years after the end of World War II, the United States along with eleven of its allies formed the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It was a treaty based on collective security which means if one is attacked, it is as if all has been attacked. Now the Soviet Union felt as if it needed a treaty…

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    Warsaw Pact The Warsaw Pact was founded in Warsaw, Poland on March 14th, 1955. The Warsaw Pact was a Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance. This mostly revolves around “Western Germany, which is being remilitarized, and her inclusion in the North Atlantic bloc, which increases the danger of a new war and creates a threat to the national security of peace-loving states.” The passage was referring to the decision by the US and other members of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty…

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    So, with Russia trying to reassert itself since the decline of the Warsaw Pact in 1989. It intends to reassert itself in important territories that had achieved their independence like Ukraine when the Soviet Union broke apart in 1991. In response, the U.S should provide financial and economic support, political backing, and military aid to strengthen Ukraine and its surrounding neighbors. The U.S should: reassert its Cold War containment policy by arming opposition groups; and deter Russian…

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    Czechoslovakia, 1968 Location of incident The Warsaw Pact troops of Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia to collapse down on Prague Spring political reforms. Soviet Union executed armed intervention to prosecute the unity of ‘Soviet System’. The first place was invaded is Prague, then the invasion area was expanded into the whole domain of Czechoslovakia. Dates The Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia happened on the night of August 20, 1968. On the August 20, many key departments and major…

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    american technology. The Suez Crisis, NATO and the Warsaw Pact were some events demonstrating the struggling relations between the U.S and The Soviet Union. The Suez Crisis, NATO and the Warsaw Pact were some events demonstrating the struggling relations between the U.S and The Soviet Union. The Suez Crisis had shown that the Americans were not easily brought into an alliance or friendship. This is demonstrated when the U.S. withdrew from the promise to provide funds for the Aswan Dam. In…

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    is an inspiring book about three young men rising from the streets and fulfilling a dream to become doctors. Their experiences and emotions educate teachers about the daily struggles students face, while also helping teachers comprehend Standards Two and Three of the New Jersey Professional Standards for Teachers. This is especially true when considering the three young men’s assets and liabilities that contributed to their learning, such as such as their individual experiences, family, and…

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