Three Worlds, the Cold War Outline(1) - 12 March 2015 Frisk 1 Three Worlds the Cold War and its Proxies 1960s and 1970s Lecture Outline and Terms Terms

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12 March 2015, Frisk 1 Three Worlds, the Cold War and its Proxies, 1960s and 1970s Lecture Outline and Terms Terms: International government organizations (IGOs) Multinational Corporations (MNCs) North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Warsaw Treaty Organization (Warsaw Pact) Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) President Harry S. Truman George Kennan Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan Berlin Wall Korean War, 1950-1953 Nikita Khrushchev Fidel Castro Bay of Pigs Limited Test Ban Treaty Viet Cong Leonid Brezhnev Jimmy Carter Carter Doctrine Strategic Defence Initiative (“Star Wars”) Mikhail Gorbachev Lecture Outline: 1. The Nature of the International System after the Second World War - Set the foundation for what it is now a. Significant features: - Emergence of 2 superpowers, the U.S.A. and the Soviet Union - The rise of international government organizations (IGOs) (UN) and multi- national corporations (MNCs) - The existence of nuclear weapons (able to kill people quicker than any other time) 2. The Cold War a. Foundations of the Cold War - U.S. vs Soviet Union

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