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  • Communist Countries
    369 words
    There are many factors, which influenced the United States into changing their foreign policy during the early years of the Cold War. These adaptations they made were intended to further protect the American way of life. New technology and ideologies brought about new threats that had never been dealt with before. Change was necessary to protect against these new concepts. The introduction of the atomic bomb prompted United States officials to try to regulate its development in foreign "unstable...
  • South Vietnam Communist Forces
    3,931 words
    The Cold War Throughout the course of the last decades the world has up until recently been embroiled in a philosophical political war period that has been labeled and known as the Cold War. It was the attempt between the two super powers, USA and U.S.S. R, to gain control of as much power as possibility in order to spread their influence. This undertaking on both sides led to a plethora of crisis, and various wars throughout the world, which were directly causes of their attempt for world super...
  • Communism In Our Country
    938 words
    Why Was Communism Feared After WWII, Americans knew they lived in the strongest and "greatest" country on earth. They were however afraid of communism at home and abroad. Through the reading and discussions in this class I have found the primary reasoning for this fear was because they did not want to think our country could be like the rest. After the war businesses were trying to get back to normal and trying to convert form planes to cars so to speak. The entire economy was working to make li...
  • Non Communist Country In Eastern Europe
    355 words
    As an analyst for the R.A.N.D. Corporation, I have been asked to make an assessment of which policy, the Truman Doctrine, the formation of NATO or the Marshall Plan, was more effective in containing Communism. As I began to decide which policy was most successful, I had to first look at the purpose of all three postwar plans, and determine which one fulfilled their goals. After reviewing the policies, it was determined that the Marshall Plan was most successful in containing Communism. Now, the ...
  • Third Category Of Post Communist States
    575 words
    Compare how effectively two or more post communist countries have become institutionalised democratic countries. There is yet no apparent stable democracy formed from a post-communist country. The democracies are still very unstable due to a number of diverse factors. This instability is very obvious in those regions of the formerly communist world where there is warfare, notably in parts of the Soviet Union. But even where there is no definite fighting, there are frequent symbols of instability...
  • Non Communist Multiparty Regime
    242 words
    During World War II the country was occupied by the Germans. When they retreated in 1944, a leader of the Communist-led resistance movement, Enter Hoxha, became head of the Albanian government. In 1946 a people's republic was declared; private land was confiscated and industry nationalized. After the war Yugoslavia controlled Albania. When Yugoslavia left the Soviet bloc in 1948, Albania broke its ties with that country and became an ally of the Soviet Union, joining the Warsaw Pact in 1955. Alb...

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