What is ideological conflict?
Which common cause of conflict happens when people refuse to accept others who are different from them?
Why did The Soviet Union wanting peace for their country but destruction for other countries cause conflict with the US?
The USSR and the US had a fundamental ideological conflict. The USSR wanted all nations of the world to become communist dictatorships, ultimately controlled by the Kremlin, and the US wanted all nations of the world to be democratic free market economies, all economically dominated by the US. These competing visions inevitably came into conflict.
There are a variety of ideological justifications that are used in both sides of the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Most conspicuously there are the religious ideas found in Judaism vs. Islam. The territory that is under dispute is considered to be sacred by both religions, and therefore, it is thought to be essential for that sacred territory to be in the possession of the correct religious group. Various other ideological elements can be found as well…
On the contrary, conflict between nations ... at least ideological conflict ... must be recognized as having been a fundamental motivation for the development of space travel. The race between the US and USSR to achieve the first orbiting satellite, the first lunar impact, and the first moon landing, was heavily based on the need to demonstrate the nations' capabilities in missile propulsion and guidance technology, with its obvious military value.
Ideological parties are groups of people that hold the same ideas and beliefs about how things are or how they ought to be. There are ideological parties in all sorts of fields. Some examples of ideologies are communism, socialism, capitalism, social Darwinism, mercantilism, classical liberalism, etc.
Ideological Control is a concept introduced by the Marxists. It means to control someone not physically, but mentally, in a subtle, sub-conscious manner. You are not aware you are ideologically controlled, as it is everything that surrounds you. The only way to prevent this form of ideological control would be a complete communist revolution.
There are four kinds of political parties, democratic parties, non-democratic parties, ideological parties & nonideological democratic parties. Democratic parties are open to anyone, and are not ideological. Nondemocratic parties are ideological highly unified and organized, found in counties of dictatorships, ideological parties are those that adhere to an ideology. Nonideological democratic parties are characterized as alliances of many different ideologies but some common interest, not structured or unified.
How did the different philosophies of the US and the soviet union lead to the cold after world war 2?
Although the Cold War was generally thought of as being ideological in nature, driven by the differing philosophies of the US, with its free market and democratic elections, versus the USSR with a centrally managed economy and a dictatorial government, the conflict was probably more about which nation would dominate the world in a poltical and economic sense. Two great empires will tend to compete. The ideological aspect was important as well, but not as…