End of the Cold War

Posted: December 13, 2010 in Uncategorized

The End of the Cold War

The Cold War was a prolonged idealology arms race between two spacious nations. This drawn out conflict had been 40 years of waiting for the enemy to start a nuclear war. Spies, back door deals and political scandals were the reoccurring themes of the cold war. Soviet Union and the US were using nuclear warheads to gain power and control. Suspicion and hostility dominated most minds as they were to always been on the look out for spies. The growing sense of distress and anxiety was being fed by the abundance of propaganda being spread from both sides. Once the Soviet Union broke up, it marked the end of the Cold War.


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