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Answered 2008-02-12 05:12:15

The animosity or allied-making overtures of both communist and democratic nations towards their neighbors during the Cold War resulted in very strong ties between some, and great divisions between others.

And there was also fear. The threat of nuclear Holocaust, was very real around the world, even in no-nuclear nations. Everyone was watching what was about to happen. Would there be war or peace? No one knew.

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