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Eisenhower doctrine

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Policy of the US that it would defend the Middle East against attack by any communist country. Restatement of the containment policy.

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What was the Doctrine upon which Eisenhower Dulles based nuclear policy in the 1950s?

Eisenhower Doctrine


What was the policy that called for the us to help any free nation threatened by communism?

The policy of the United States to provide aid to countries attempting to prevent a communist takeover was called the Truman Doctrine. Harry S. Truman was America's 33rd President.


How did presidents Eisenhower Kennedy and Johnson begin or change the role played by the US in the Vietnam War?

Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson each altered the United States' role in the Vietnam War. Eisenhower entered the US into the Vietnam War in an effort of heroism. Eisenhower believed in the Domino Theory, which was that if one nation fell to Communism others would fall too. Eisenhower's had rollback policies aka the removal of Communism in areas that were already Communist. The war on Communism wasn't completely popular in the US so Eisenhower's concern that the loss of Vietnam would eventually lead to the loss of Japan and he might become unpopularity with citizens for "losing Vietnam" was valid. Kennedy worked to contain Communism. Like Eisenhower, Kennedy supported the Truman Doctrine. He attempted to contain Communism by sending more troops and "green berets". Kennedy also authorized the spraying of chemicals to kill foliage making the enemy easier to find and defeat. Kennedy supported the overthrow of Diem and shortly after Diem's death, Kennedy was assassinated. Johnson believed in calibrated escalation of the war. One tactic he used was bombing specific targets in North Vietnam to get authorities to comply. He also got congress's permission to take all necessary measures to win the war. Though things weren't going as planned, he worked to convince Americans that we were winning the war. Each President, Eisenhower Kennedy and Johnson, involved the US in different roles in the Vietnam War.


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What was the doctrine of containment and how did the US use it in conjunction with nuclear weapons to deter aggression in different parts of the world?

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What was the Doctrine upon which Eisenhower Dulles based nuclear policy in the 1950s?

Eisenhower Doctrine


Did President Eisenhower wright the Eisenhower Doctrine?

The Eisenhower Doctrine is actually not a document. It is a speech by President Dwight David Eisenhower. It was a "Special Message to Congress about the situation in the middle east during Eisenhower's President time.


What was Eisenhower's policy towards the middle east in 1957?

Eisenhower Doctrine


Where did the Eisenhower Doctrine deal directly with?

The Middle East


Which American document followed the Suez Crisis?

Eisenhower Doctrine


What was the results of the eisenhower doctrine?

The results of the Eisenhower Doctrine failed to provide alternatives to the independent Arab regimes from Nasser's political control. The doctrine was to help give aid in various forms to those that took a stance to Communism.


The US responded to fear of soviet military action in the middle east by issuing what?

The FIM-92 Stinger shoulder fired rocket to freedom fighter in afganistan.


The Eisenhower Doctrine supported?

The Eisenhower Doctrine allowed Middle Eastern countries being threatened by foreign aggression to seek military assistance from the United States. Eisenhower singled out Soviet aggression in the document and called for the territorial integrity and political independence of these nations.


What was the US promise to support countries against communism?

Marshall Plan, Truman doctrine and I guess you could include the Eisenhower Doctrine as well.


Which region eisenhower doctrine extendedthe Truman Doctrine?

The following quote is from this article in Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eisenhower_Doctrine


In 1957 eisenhower used the arkansas National Guard to?

Uphold the separate but equal doctrine


Which president used economic and military power to stop communist from gaining control of middle east?

Eisenhower in 1957 with the Eisenhower Doctrine