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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

April 5th

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Paris peace treaty did not work out. Wilson"s idea to create a world organization was not a bad idea, but given the world"s troubles all over europe ma
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

March 22nd

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Everyone saw that capitalism as an alternative ideology came to an end. Third world conflicts and tensions came to an end. Nationalist liberation movem
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

March 15th

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Jan 1989, when bush was asked, after seeing gorbachev reforms, whether there was an end to the cold war: Look at europe: in europe, the tension remaine
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

March 8th

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Nixon administration heavily involved in vietnam war and pursuit of d tente. Latin america only had one major international incident. Latin america tra
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Feb 08

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Jackson-vanik amendment worked against the long-term interest of the united. As kissinger predicted, it had a tremendous backlash. Kissinger shut russi
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Feb 15

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Regardless of the problems and loopholes salt had, the negotiations continued. Nuclear weapons issues were talked and prevented nuclear war. The soviet
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Feb 1st

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Nuclear parity, achieved at the end of 1960s/early 1970s. Telling both super powers no sense of going into a nuclear war because both sides would be de
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Jan 25

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The cuban missile crisis underscored the region for america. When america experts looked over latin america, they found conditions suitable to similar.
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Jan 18

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Huge prestige j democracy and free world. America fought 30 years to recuperate from that blow. Generally, america did play a positive role j did stand
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Jan 11

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Long term consequences: moscow deeply humiliated by the lost. Rechannel of resources and build own strategic weapons. He sent oldest administrator/dipl
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

November 30th 2010

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Rockefeller warned his own administration that un would undermine us privileges in latin. Article 51: all have own chance and right to create own speci
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

November 23rd 2010

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Berlin bought all the issues separating western and eastern j captitalist and communism. Berlin itself was divided j division of europe. 1958, khrushch
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

November 16th 2010

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The cold war was a conflict that covered the whole passage of life j political, economic, military and social aspects of life. The economic and scienti
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

November 2nd 2010

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 z early and too soon to denounce stalin. Khrushchev denounce the west/the united states for its attitude. Africa was not really touched, chang
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

October 26th 2010

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An arms race is not unusual but it was the first time, they were compiling weapon systems that had the capacity to destroy the world. At the early stag
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

October 19th 2010

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The first phase of the nuclear arms race. Revolutionary military technology and diplomacy and international relations was the infamous machine gun duri
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

October 12th 2010

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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

October 5th 2010

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19th century and first half 20th century, primarily france and britain lost significant influence and both states had to secure the support of the unit
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

September 28th 2010

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Early 1946, truman no longer care what the soviets think of the americans. We can tailor our policy to please the russians. > american attitude reinfor
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

September 21st 2010

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Liberialism challeneged concept of balance of power. Many empires challenged by rising liberialism and nationalism, from the same place. 1805 and 1807,
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