Containment is a policy adopted in 1947 by the Truman administration. The objective was to build "situations of strength" around the globe in order to contain the spread of communism and contain the Soviet Union. After World War II, the Soviets had control of eastern Europe. Containment was designed to prevent the Soviet Union from expanding its powers beyond that area. American leaders wanted to halt the spread of communism by giving economic aid to nations that were threatened by the Soviets or other totalitarian regimes. The Truman Doctrine, outlined in a speech by the President in 1947, explained the policy. The Marshall Plan, designed to help Europe with badly needed economic aid, was an example of containment in action. MrV
President Harry Truman isssued the policy of containment
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Part of the Cold War; communist containment.
In foreign policy President Eisenhower kept the containment policy in the Cold War and ended the Korean War.
Containment, opposition to communism.
because the cold war influence many different countries to interfere with the wars
The Policy of Containment began in 1947 and ended in 1989. The policy was the basic United States strategy for fighting the cold war with the Soviet Union.
President Harry S. Truman created the Truman Doctrine which called for the policy of containment during the Cold War era.
Containment. VN & Korea were containment.
The US adopted a policy called 'containment'
answer is A. wars and covert operations
WARS AND COVERT OPERATIONS