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Asked in Cold War
How did soviet foreign policy affect relations with the Western Powers?
Soviet foreign policy was essentially the cause of the Cold War. Their ambition to forcefully take countries and demolish the free market motivated the conflict. ...
What idea was the major justification for US foreign policy during the cold war era?
what idea was the major justification for U.S. foreign policy during the Cold War era? ...
Asked in Cold War, US Foreign Policy
What was one major cause of the U.S. shift toward a foreign policy of detente during the Cold War?
Antiwar protests convinced U.S. leaders that voters did not support aggressive foreign policy. ...
Asked in Korean War, Cold War, US in WW2
How did the cold war affect US domestic policy?
Among other things, schooling was more heavily financed because of the Cold War with an emphasis on math and science, and foreign languages, in order to produce a generation that could better compete with the Soviets internationally. ...
Asked in Politics and Government, Cold War
How did foreign policy goals change after the Cold War?
the foreigan palicy goale changed the cold war by saving the farm animals and saving the army ...
Asked in US Civil War
How did the cold war affect the following foreign policy domestic politics and civil liberties To what degree were Ronald Reagan's policies responsible for American victory in the Cold War?
There was no American victory in the Cold War. No one won it. The fact that both Communist nations and Communist ones exist today is proof. ...
Explain how national security was used to justify foreign policy choices during the Cold War?
Foreign Policy was also National Defense. Foreign policy is dealing with potential problems of National Defense. Keeping nations friendly; keeping nations safe from outside influence (Communism), or keeping nations 100% neutral...etc. ...
Asked in Cold War
What was John F. Kennedy's cold war foreign policy called?
JFK's Cold War foreign policy was called containment. The US did not attempt to overthrow existing communist governments but it did not want to allow any non-communist nations to be taken over by communism. The spread of communism was to be contained. ...
Asked in Dwight D. Eisenhower
When could president eisenhower have chosen an alternative to containment and the arms race?
In foreign policy President Eisenhower kept the containment policy in the Cold War and ended the Korean War. ...
What shaped US foreign policy between 1945 and 1990?
A great number of different things shaped US Foreign Policy between 1945 and 1990, but probably the most prominent and overarching was the Cold War antagonism between the US and the USSR. ...