The Middle East and China.
what idea was the major justification for U.S. foreign policy during the Cold War era?
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.
they wanted to rebuild the empire during the cold war.
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President Harry Truman isssued the policy of containment
Containment, opposition to communism.
De'tente was a policy to ease tensions between the USA and USSR during the Cold War.
The US adopted a policy called 'containment'
the end of the cold war.
The Korean War and the Cold War were key and major events Truman had to deal with during presidency.
cold war he was assinated
It was a policy of containment to stop communism.
The short answer is: the cold war was the tension that arose between the Soviet Union and the United States after World War II. Many events during and after the war contributed to it.
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Then the US would have been the aggresser. That is NOT our policy.
answer is A. wars and covert operations
WARS AND COVERT OPERATIONS