Did Communism spread much? Nope.
Did the Soviet Union collapse? Yep.
Well, we fought two hot wars under containment: Korea and Vietnam. Containment obviously didn't work in SE Asai where South Vietnam vanished, Cambodia and Laos both went communist.
It's hard to give a clear answer on whether it worked or not. The USSR didn't collapse due to containment. Communist just does not work as an economic model and so it collapsed. It likely would have collapsed a lot sooner if they had not received a boost in innovation taken from Nazi Germany in 1945.
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President Harry Truman isssued the policy of containment
Containment, opposition to communism.
The Eisenhower and Truman Doctrines
Containment. VN & Korea were containment.
The word for the countries who tried to block communism from spreading.
During the Cold War with Russia, so sometime after and around 1945
Foreign Service Officer, George F. Kennan, is the author of the policy on containment. Containment was the strategy the US used during the Cold War with the Soviet Union.
answer is A. wars and covert operations
WARS AND COVERT OPERATIONS
The US foreign policy during the Cold War was the Truman Doctrine, which was to prevent the expansion of communism to new nations. In other words, containment.
Wars and Covert Operations
President Harry S. Truman created the Truman Doctrine which called for the policy of containment during the Cold War era.