First the balance of power was divided between two coalitions headed by the United States and the Soviet Union, secondly the struggle over the conflicting ideologies of Capitalism and Communism. However when looking at the Cold War in specific relation to Asia, at different points in time China became an influential player tipping the balance of power.
This would suggest that there were times when the conflict in Asia assumed tripolarity. The alliance patterns in Asia were more precarious than in Europe as indicated by the collapse of the Sino-Soviet alliance but still had bipolar characteristics , at least in the first half of the conflict. After the allies victory in the Second World War the United States and the Soviet Union emerged as the unchallenged authorities in world affairs.
The Cold War resulted from there ideological difference and was until primarily based in Europe. When the Cold War suddenly expanded into Asia in , it was a great surprise to everyone. With the end of Second World War also came decolonisation. These events all created a volatile environment in Asia, made more unstable by the fact that each Superpower had certain positions staked out even before the war ended.
The United States had done all most all of the fighting in the Pacific, as the Soviet Union had to combat a war on two fronts, it was only in the last days of the war that The Soviets declared war on the Japanese. When Japan surrendered, the Soviets insisted that the quid pro quo that Roosevelt had promised at the Yalta conference remain in place. For this, reason the Soviet Union gained control of the Kurile Islands, the ports and railway in Manchuria and half of Korea.
This chain of events resulted in a shift in the balance of power and that the communist world had almost doubled by At the same time as the Americas realised the threat from Communism in China, conflict was also braking out in Korea on both sides of the 38th parallel. This was the first major Hot War of the Cold War era setting a precedent for how conflicts were to be fought in the years to follow.
Over the next three years of fighting, the contest between the Superpowers in Asia would only expand and intensify. At the start of the war in , China was drawn into the conflict when North Korean troops were pushed to their border. This resulted in the bombing of supply bases and power stations in China, drawing the Chinese in to the conflict as they now conceded the United States a direct threat to their sovereignty.
This resulted in China intervention to protect its own interests and those of the communist movement in North Korea. United Nations troops continued to fight for a further two years until their reached the 38th parallel. It was at this point that the United States was griped by intense paranoia concerning communism in general, and Asian communism in particular, China was now seen as a major player in the security of the Asia-Pacific.
To try to combat the problem the United States operated a policy of containment. George Kennan came up with the original concept to limit Soviet expansion and Paul Nitze designed the strategy with the aim of preventing communism from increasing its grip were ever it seemed likely to spread.
When Eisenhower came into office in and until the mid subsequent presidents feared that the fall to communism of any other states would result in a domino effect of other states falling to communism as well.
Nuclear weapons were an important element as well as building alliance and psychological warfare. It was in this way that the administration hoped to split China from the Soviet Union, however, there was no suggestion of how to exploit the rift if it should occur. In the next decade, this policy was loosely followed by subsequent administrations. This was done by forming a number of alliances with states in Asia, this multilateral agreement would bring together states in a collective packed against communist development.
Vietnam was a French colony and the French had been fighting the guerrilla war there since when no agreement had been met over possible independence. From until the war ended in , the United States had been sending military aid to the French. This initial involvement would grow to an increasing to a large level in the s and s. After eight years of fighting ultimately ending in a French defeat a truce was achieved, this was the end of French military rule in Southeast Asia.
The Americans were unhappy with this new foothold for communism but powerless to act. A by-product of its increased focus on the policy of containment did however result in the later conflict in Indo-China. The American policies of containment such NSC and the American security treaties in the early years of the Cold War indicate that their policies were primary directed towards either reducing the strategic position of the Soviet Unions by either increasing Americas own power or splitting Sino-Soviet relations.
However, it can also be termed as a Civil War between the communist and anti-communist ideologies. Various Nations were involved in it, and the War ended resulting in the freedom for North Vietnam in Cold ar Rhetoric and American Involvement: Because of this threat, this period of U. History became known as 'The Cold ar. The United States began to see communism itself as an infection, spawned by Stalin, rather than as a complex ideology. Cold War Europe at the End of.
Cold War Europe at the end of was devastated. However, because the United States had never been invaded, and the war won by the Allies, President ruman and his staff were more determined than ever to bring democracy to the rest of the world.
However, because Europe was in such turmoil and there was somewhat of a power vacuum that France, England, the United States, and of course, the Soviet Union, wished to fill. Because of the disaster after World War I and the ineffectiveness of the Versailles reaty and Reparations, ruman's administration believed that it was crucial to allow Germany to move back into the Greater European…… [Read More].
Cold War in the Second World. Cold War In , the Second World War ended, causing the Nationalists and Communists of China to engage in a civil war which could not be controlled by any people who tried to intercede. This civil war caused the Chinese people to be engulfed in their own issues for the next four years that they were not affected by the ongoing Soviet-American tension.
In the year however, the Communist party in China defeated its rival and therefore established the People's epublic of China.
The first conflict that it had to face from the American side was that the U. As an outcome, Chinese-Americans were seen to be favoring…… [Read More]. Cold War Over the Years an Intricate. Cold War Over the years, an intricate relationship of ideological, political and economic factors leading to changes between careful teamwork and frequent unpleasant superpower competition was driving the affairs between the Soviet Union and the United States.
The Cold War and Spies. Question 1 There are varying definitions for a nation-state and non-state actor. First it is important to understand what each one signifies to understand the differences. The nation-state, is a kind of unit that may join a political entity of a country. From such alignment, it aims to gain its political legitimacy. They can compromise or disrupt target environments, persons, or organizations in order to gain access to important and valuable intelligence or information.
They also can generate incidents that have global significance. They work towards the goals of…… [Read More]. Cold War Historians Vary Widely. This happened as a side effect of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev experimentation with liberalization of the economy and the political system to increase productivity and encourage innovation. This liberalization, for the first time, allowed criticism of the Soviet System by nationalist leaders.
However, as a result, they began to demand freedom and declared the independence of their republics. In , the leaders of Russia, elarus and Ukraine signed the elovezh agreement, which declared that "the U. This all came about through…… [Read More]. Cold War Was Born in. During the period of transition, defense spending needed to be maintained in order to avoid returning to depression.
The Cold War provided a means for this. The intense rhetoric provided justification to the American people, but the combination of high defense spending and the rhetoric only further inflamed the U. Inflammation also stemmed from several short-term incidents that occurred in the post-war years.
The Soviet Union, for example, attempted a blockade of West Berlin, which ultimately failed. The Cold War was inevitable. The length and depth of the conflict, however, could have been ameliorated. Stalin's paranoia at the time made distrust of the West inevitable - he did not trust anybody in Russia, either. Cold War Started Shortly After. The Soviets resented that. The entire buildup of bad feelings between the two superpowers was ideological and political.
The communists wanted to spread their influence, and they began supporting revolutionary movements in Africa, Asia, and in Latin America, to expand communism. President Eisenhower in the s threatened to use nuclear weapons if the Soviets intervened in the Middle East during the Suez risis. And Soviets challenged each other to go one better each time a new move was made; it was like a chess match, only the loser might have been both countries because the Soviets had the atomic bomb by , and if one…… [Read More].
Cold War Economic fear caused by two vastly different ideologies, communism and capitalism, was a major factor promoting America's distrust of Russia and the subsequent Cold War.
The spread of communism was viewed as a threat to American businesses who already felt vulnerable because of the Great Depression in the s. Things came to a head after Stalin publicly emphasized capitalist ill-will and hostility by claiming that capitalism harbored elements of general crisis and armed conflict.
As a result, Truman became irate and adopted a tougher line instead of continued compromise, prompting the United States not to recognize Rumania and ulgaria, to insist on internalization of waterways such as the Kiel Canal, the Rhine-Danube and the lack Sea Straits, to try to control Japan and the Pacific, and to attempt to create a strong central government in China and Korea. The Americans were also threatened by what it perceived to…… [Read More].
Cold War and Beyond World. Telecommunications made it easier to transfer ideas and information instantly and without the delays that hindered previous efforts at military and strategic intervention. Similarly, the barriers to international trade had largely been lifted. Finally, the United Nations and other trans-national governing bodies would become legitimized sources of power. Nations who could climb on board stood a chance and those who could not join in faced a perilous century of poverty and political disenfranchisement.
America directly contributed to the imbalance of power that would ensue throughout the 20th century. Being a bully seemed to come easy to the Americans. Armed with what had become the largest and most well-endowed military in the world, the United States forged a path toward hegemony almost effortlessly.
As if it were trying to be the world's…… [Read More]. Cold War the End of. This is in fact what drove most European wars in the past. By reverting back to that system, Europe placed itself in the path of potential skirmishes as seen in previous generations, "Europe is reverting to a state system that created powerful incentives for aggression in the past," Mearsheimer "Why We Will Soon Miss the Cold War" Smaller powers, now with a stronger more independent voice, have a greater potential of starting conflicts on their own, both within Europe and outside the region.
Without the strong united front against the Easter Soviet powers, the smaller powers within Europe itself are free to break away and potentially start their own troubles elsewhere; "Without a common Soviet threat or an American night watchman, Western European states will do what they did for centuries before the onset of the Col War -- look upon one another with abiding suspicion," Mearsheimer "Why We…… [Read More].
Cold War This Is a. They did not like the reforms or the way Gorbachev was running the country allowing all the freedoms -- glasnost and perestroika. They presented him with documents signing away his powers as General Secretary. Gorbachev exploded and ordered them to leave. They did, but Gorbachev knew he was in a grave situation, cut off from the world, not telephones, and guarded. Yeltsin However, the "old guard" had made one huge mistake.
They had failed to take into account or arrest the second most powerful man in the country, a man by the name of oris Yeltsin. Cold War International System. China and the Cold War The term "cold war" is used for explaining the shifting efforts of the Western powers and the Communist bloc from the ending of World War II until in order to attain supremacy influence and esteem on a global level.
If seen from a worldwide magnitude, the conflict can be understood as an ideological clash between communism and capitalist democracy "cold war," China occupied an exceptional place in the Cold War for the reason that it was the point of both the affection and aggression of the two main world powers i.
After the end of the…… [Read More]. Cold War and Its Aftermath. That intervention considered, it is fair to say that on the one hand, the fact that the U. The following years saw an increase in the intrastate violence, taking into account the Somalia crisis, the situations in South Africa, the genocide in Rwanda, or the war in the former Yugoslavia. All these elements of the international political scene were signs of the power vacuum that was created as a result of the fall of the higher authority in the communist world, the U.
More precisely, although the cases in Africa were in fact reminiscences of post colonial revolts, the situations worsened as there was no authority to report to in terms of international situations. However, a certain modification did…… [Read More].
Cold War How it Came. His early thesis is that the U. And after II, the interventions by both superpowers "were not [necessarily based on] exploitation or subjection, but control and improvement" estad, p. There are flaws in the book, albeit estad has written a book that is far more expansive and inclusive than the other two, so he should be given respect - more than just the benefit of the doubt. In fact, estad's book contains ten maps, ten good photographs and five poster reproductions of propaganda materials used during the Cold ar.
One of the few…… [Read More]. Cold War After the End. The conference had been convened in an attempt for the two powers to come to an agreement about situations in Europe, including whether or not to unify the German state, but with its failure, relations between the two countries became even more strained.
The Marshall Plan followed the Truman Doctrine in , and was an attempt to boost the European economy after the war. Historian Whitcomb writes, "The Marshall Plan was conceived as a 'counter-offensive' to Moscow's moves in Eastern Europe and as a reaction to Stalin's decision, registered at the Moscow Conference, to rebuff all gestures of compromise looking toward settlement of the problems dividing Europe" Whitcomb It was an attempt to rebuild Europe instead…… [Read More].
Cold War Era the End. It was during the middle of the s that the Soviet Union first decided that a pattern of renewal was needed for the country. Of course, that was not something that could take place overnight. The country would have to weed out economic problems, along with issues like corruption and alcoholism that were further weakening the country and its economy.
The position that the Soviet Union held from a global standpoint was worsening, and action had to be taken if the country was to pull itself back from the brink and find a way to survive and to grow once again. The Soviet Union was giving help to many third-world nations, but it wasn't getting anything in return.
In addition, there was no friendship or alliance with the United States, and the Soviet Union decided to start correction some of the issues that was plaguing it in an effort to…… [Read More]. Cold War Era Films.
Cold War Era Many films about the cold war era, especially the early films, speak out against its ideals, while others support these ideals. The film is a satire with the aim of exposing Cold War politics that could result in absurd accidents such as a nuclear attack.
The more serious film Fail-Safe, released during the same year, has often been compared with Dr. This is discussed in more detail later. Strangelove's theme is the evils of technology.
This is the culprit causing the disastrous accident. It is interesting that a disclaimer had to accompany the film's release shortly…… [Read More]. Coldest War A Memoir of Korea a. A Memoir of Korea, a novel written by James Brady. This paper clearly outlines the summary of the book and highlights some of the events written by the author in his book. This paper explains Brady's purpose behind writing his masterpiece and clearly defines its theme.
Critical analysis of the novel and information about the author are also included. In the book the author compares the tactical approach of the army vs. Serving as a young marine lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps for a year, Brady tells the story by illustrating to his audience the deplorable conditions of the soldiers and the critical experience they underwent, through his analysis and encountering.
The author talks about…… [Read More]. Cold War the Heightened Tension. The World since -- an International History. Oxford University Press George F. Kennan on the Web" History Politics and Future. Bureau of Public Affairs: Cold War There Are Two. At first, this meant economic and political supremacy, but, as time evolved, other aspects were being taken into consideration, such as supremacy in sports.
It is notorious, for example, that the ice hockey finals between the two national teams were considered the most important event of the Winter Olympics. Indeed, if any, military confrontation between the two countries took the form of support towards different factions in a third country.
While the Americans actually had troops and fought in the Peninsula, the Russians were satisfied to military supply the North Korean Army. As I have previously stated, the cold war took the form of a constant competition for supremacy, without the risk of a full action war between the two…… [Read More].
Cold War it Is True That the. Cold War It is true that the West became more suspicious when the soviets began installing puppet governments in neighboring nations. Going back to the annals of history, Yugoslavia is one such country where the Soviets installed a puppet government.
When Yugoslavia was pressured by the German Nazi government in , she formed an alliance with the Axis of Powers. However, the Yugoslav military formed resistance armies. This is when the Partisans organized by Josip Broz Tito came into perspective. The Partisans overthrew the pro-German government.
Tito's government was the puppet of the Soviet considering the fact that he was a very close ally of the Soviet. Germany later invaded Yugoslavia and took over power. In , the Partisans with assistance from United States and other allies freed Belgrade and established communist rule there.
Cold War on Europe European. Moreover, ending the cold war enabled the formation of international alliances that help and support members, and also fight together against common enemies. A Study in U. Cold War and the Conquest. They could do it time and time again with success. Meanwhile in Russia hile the space program in the United States was busy becoming a popular culture icon, the Russian space program took on a different personality.
They still launched missions for "national prestige" ade. However, the majority of Soviet missions were for military purposes.
The Soviet economy played a major role in space efforts. The soviet economy was planned in five-year increments, with long-range military plans being made for the next ten years ade. This significantly affected the pace of space program development. The Russian space plan was slow to react to American successes. First generation Soviet launchers had poor reliability. The ten-year plan for the second generation was not approved until ade.
Third generation plans were approved…… [Read More]. Cold War Begin The Beginning. Nuclear confrontation between the two superpowers was profoundly frightening, not just for those who would have borne the full brunt of any nuclear exchange But for the international community as a whole. Quite literally, the prospect of nuclear war constituted a threat of truly global dimensions. NATO as a joint military group was created to " This also serves to emphasize the entrenchment of the Cold War into…… [Read More].
Cold War Begin After the. On the other hand there was growing opposition in intelligentsia circles to pro-soviet regimes in all East European countries and Eastern Germany. If in earlier years Soviet Union was able to aid economies of these countries in order to support communist regimes, then starting from the years fro stagnation in late 's the situation changed. Findings were shortening and the U. The growth of the Soviet economy has been systematically decelerating since the s as a consequence of dwindling supplies of new labor, the increasing cost of raw material inputs, and the constraints on factor productivity improvement imposed by the rigidities of the planning and management system.
The average annual growth of Soviet GNP dropped from 5. Cold War Leadership Study in Contrasts. I hope by an examination of the correspondence exchanged by these two leaders during the period to demonstrate that Kennedy's handling of the crisis, while marked by some errors, was more responsible than Khrushchev's. In some sense, the Cuban Missile Crisis began as an irresponsible gamble by Khrushchev: Who Caused the Cold War.
Cold War Analyzing Different Perspectives The term "cold war" refers to a type of conflict that does not utilize any direct military action, in the modern lexicon another way to refer to this would be no military interventions and "no boots" on the ground. However, though the military does not engage the enemy directly, they are often engaged in many indirect pursuits against their target including tasks such as gathering intelligence, building capabilities, using espionage, and sometimes even fighting a proxy war.
Yet not just the military is involved in fighting a cold war, the economies of the two countries can be used against each other as well as various political strategies.
There are also propaganda campaigns instituted in the countries to attempt to align the populations to the aims of its leaders. Seeds of the Cold War. Strangely, America's role as policeman in Europe actually led to its becoming involved in military conflicts in Southeast Asia. Fears of escalation during both the Korean and Vietnam conflicts caused the U. To adopt a military strategy that favored limited warfare Brodie.
The Cold ar had a tremendous impact on the growth of the United States as an industrial and world military power. America's presence throughout the world militarily and the dependence of estern Europe and Japan on the American economy for the sustenance of their own economies caused America's political and economic influence to expanded substantially. It was a symbolic representation that extended for about 30 years on the expectation that the greatest powers of the world could, under the right circumstances, impose a sort of benign order on the planet by isolating the evil empires and showcasing how the non-evil ones could administer their own ideas of peace, justice and liberty.
In reality, what was happening was much different. The Cold War was about engagement, not separation Tirman, No matter that the Berlin Wall was its most powerful symbols of division, the world as a whole was learning that military might was not all that it was made out to be U. Together and separately, the biggest countries across the…… [Read More].
Cold ar hat were the important events and factors that led to the end of the Cold ar? There are several theories and explanations, and this paper reviews those theories and explanations. First of all, it should be noted that not all scholars accept that the Cold ar began after II. But, on the other hand, if the Cold ar began in , when the Bolsheviks won control of Russia, then it ended at a different time than , Matlock asserts. Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union is known as such because it was waged not through direct conflict, but in through military and political stand-off between nations.
On an international level, the Cold War was waged through techniques such as the U. However, its effects were also felt inside the United States, with the hysteria that resulted in the form of McCarthyism and the often-obsessive fear people expressed in regards to protecting themselves from possible nuclear conflict. The hatred an American expressed for communism was used to validate his or her status as a 'real' American. This line of reasoning can be seen today in issues of discrimination against Arabs and other demonized ethnic groups, as well as upon moral issues as abortion and gay parenting.
One's stance on these issues is…… [Read More]. Westad Cold War the Cold. Though our historical reflection allows us to resolve that this approach had a great deal in common with colonialism in terms of the self-interested foreign rule which it often brought to occupied locales, the belief for its supporters at the time was that nation-building was a new and morally-superior approach to the issue of advancing the Third orld.
Several of the more historically prominent moments of tumult to be sparked by the Cold ar held to suggest in retrospect that moral differentiation between colonialism and nation-building is baseless. Indeed, the victims of both American and Russian occupation would suffer immensely, experiencing the regression and devastation of foreign aggression and war with little means for self-directed defense.
In Chapter 5, the author calls to conversation the issues of Cuba and Vietnam, both of which would find themselves of geographical relevance to the philosophical and strategic positioning of opposing worldviews. Outcomes would…… [Read More]. From his high school beginnings to his entry into college life, Spider Man remained the superhero most relevant to the world of young people Wright His comic books, in fact, included some of the first mentions of the demonstrations -- the demonstrations at Columbia University.
Peter Parker is in the middle of a demonstration at Empire State University, where the administration had decided to convert an empty building into a hotel for visiting alumni instead of a low-rent dormitory for minority students.
He had to somehow find a middle ground between his concern for the students and the combat lawlessness as Spider Man. He refused to join the demonstrations and wanted to listen to the university's side of the issue before taking a personal stand one way or another.
The comic ended with…… [Read More]. International Relations - Cold War. The same access to formerly secret information from the Cold War era also revealed the extent to which Soviet infiltration of the highest level of American military projects had served to further exhaust the American economy by necessitating continual development of strategic and tactical weapon systems to counter escalating technological improvements in Soviet military systems.
The first successful test of a Soviet nuclear weapon in was directly attributable to Soviet infiltration of the top secret Manhattan Project; American pilots flew combat missions against Soviet Mig fighters developed with information stolen from American weapon designs through espionage; and that dynamic persisted virtually throughout the Cold War Langewiesche The financial strain of continuous nuclear deterrence and the perpetual modernization and updating of sophisticated strategic weapon systems was among the principle causes of the eventual collapse of the former Soviet Union.
By , the protracted war in Afghanistan had all but…… [Read More]. Specifically, we will discuss how the termination of the so-called Cold War and its associated revolution impacted political events during the two decades from to , and the longer-term effects that prevailed upon American politics and governmental policy.
This relationship was a dominant feature of international politics for several decades in the mid-twentieth century. A number of landmark events marking that period in history, including the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Berlin Wall, the Vietnam War and the overshadowing threat of nuclear war throughout most of the latter half of that…… [Read More].
Origins of Cold War. As a matter of fact, by the end of s, Soviet Union ran on these very principles. Kennan criticized the possibilities that Soviets may be involved in invading the pro-Soviet countries with their mind sets and weaken them even if they do not form a higher level of apprehension for them.
Pro-ussian countries will be weakened through a designed framework to tackle the mindsets of the people following western ideologies. Fights will be sparked in the countries where both countries have western ideologies Soviet policies will be a negative framework destructive in nature, clearing their path with whatever that comes onto them that they don't like ussell, Kennan was afraid that communism will overshadow the governments of the West but that never happened.
At least not to the extent that it was feared by Kennan. Britain and mostly America was afraid of the way communist were taking over and…… [Read More]. Deterrence in the Post-Cold War Era the.
Deterrence in the Post-Cold War Era The same types of deterrence strategies that were used to good effect in the Cold War may not be as effective against non-state actors as with nation states in the 21st century. A summary of the research and important findings concerning security and deterrence in the post-Cold War era are provided in the conclusion. Many military and political strategists today may lament the "good old days of Communism" when the actors were well-known and their geographic locations were established with certainty.
Aggressive in Its Cold War. If forced to choose, though, it would seem that the U. The real reason that the U. Some of the struggle also came from the desire to have power. This led them to increasingly aggressive…… [Read More]. Typically, Japanese marry before a Shinto altar and are buried, after cremation, in a Buddhist funeral. Many people, young and old, pay a New Years visit to a Shinto shrine and visit family graves once or twice a year. Young couples take their children to a Shinto shrine at the shichi-go-san festival to celebrate the ages 3, 5, and 7.
For funeral and periodic memorial services, a family invites a priest from a Buddhist temple that belongs to the same Buddhist sect with which the family ancestors were affiliated. Kamachi 29 The Japanese, both officially and unofficially resisted the influence of the western religions, while at the same time conglomerating the traditional faiths of the region into an amalgamated faith of sorts.
In the past, every family in Japan had to be registered at a Buddhist temple to comply with the antiChristian policy of the Tokugawa government After the…… [Read More]. Who is Responsible for Initiating the Cold War. To some degree, the crumbling of the Alliance by was due in part by Stalin and his paranoia over what the West was plotting. On the other hand, the Alliance could be said to have been nothing more than a ploy by the Western powers to lure Stalin along, getting Russia to take on Germany directly and decisively, while conspiring amongst themselves on how to divvy up the spoils of war.
The fact of the matter is that Stalin did not have a monopoly on paranoia. Kennedy Doctrine and the Cold War in. Kennedy popularly called "JFK" delivered a message that directly discussed the United States' official stance regarding its move to implement a foreign policy waging a "cold war" against Communist forces that have been gaining popularity in Asia, South America, and parts of the Middle East during this period.
During this period, JFK was assigned the task of continuing the American legacy of democracy and liberty by promoting a campaign of international alliance and cooperation against the Communist forces. At this point, Communist forces were gaining ground in South America, increasing the threat to both American soil and the country's…… [Read More].
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The Age of Great Dreams: America in the s. Cold War -- Early Years. Retrieved May 1, , from http: Reference Alan Bullock, Ernest Bevin. President Truman and the Cold War, -- Retrieved October 18, from http: The Cold War Call to Arms. ISSN online edition. Western Europe responded favorably, and the Truman administration proposed legislation. The resulting Economic Cooperation Act of restored European agricultural and industrial productivity. With economic aid flowing and the U.
In full support of a containment policy against the Soviet Union, the Cold War expanded its scope and breadth after the emergence of several events in the late 's and early 's. A further demonstration of the degree of conflict between the Soviets and the West was the Berlin blockade and subsequent airlift in and In an attempt to gain greater control over the city of Berlin the Soviets "cut of surface traffic to and from the city of West Berlin; starving out the population and cutting off their business" Giangreco, D.
In response the Truman administration conducted daily airlifts to the city, providing food and supplies to residents. The blockage and adrift lasted for over a year only to see the Soviets relent and drop the blockade as they "looked like an international bully that was trying to starve men, women, and children into submission" History.
The incident while not violent is considered "one of the most dramatic standoffs in the history of the Cold War" History. In the development of Cold War tension perhaps no two events had more lasting impact then the Chinese Revolution and the Korean War.
Cordier and the Congo Crisis. March 8, , Vol: Ways of War and Peace. Defining America's role in a unipolar world. The Virginia Quarterly Review.
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