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Chapter 1: The Historical Background of Cold War Клава JV
Graduation Paper
on theme:
U.S. - Soviet relations.
Contents.
Introduction. 3
Chapter 1: The Historical Background of Cold War. 5
1.1 The Historical Context. 5
1.2
Causes and Interpretations. 10
Chapter 2:
The Cold War Chronology. 17
2.1
The War Years . 17
2.2 The Truman Doctrine. 25
2.3 The Marshall Plan. 34
Chapter 3:
The Role of Cold War in American History and Diplomacy. 37
3.1 Declaration of the Cold War. 37
3.2 Сold War Issues. 40
Conclusion. 49
Glossary. 50
The reference list. 51
Introduction.
This graduation paper is about U.S. - Soviet relations in Cold War period. Our purpose is to find out the causes of this war, positions of the countries which took part in it. We also will discuss the main Cold War's events.
The Cold War was characterized by mutual distrust, suspicion and misunderstanding by both the United States and Soviet Union, and their allies. At times, these conditions increased the likelihood of the third world war. The United States accused the USSR of seeking toexpand Communism throughout the world. The Soviets, meanwhile, charged the United States with practicing imperialism and with attempting to stop revolutionary activity in other countries. Each block's vision of the world contributed to East-West tension.
The United States wanted a world of independent nations based on democratic principles. The Soviet Union, however, tried control areas it considered vital to its national interest, including much of Eastern Europe.
Through the Cold War did not begin until
the end of World War



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