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1 Chapter 5: Foreign Policy After the Cold War: Bush and Clinton James M. McCormick American Foreign Policy and Process Fifth Edition
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2 At the End of the Cold War: George H.W. Bush’s “Realism Lite” Approach Three key concerns for the Bush administration --Great power relations --Incorporate moral values --Follow Reagan’s approach from the second term The impact of the end of the Cold War on that initial policy approach
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3 The Three Key Events and Their Importance in Ending the Cold War Collapse of the Berlin Wall, November 9, 1989 Unification of Germany, October 3, 1990 Implosion of the Soviet Union, December 25, 1991
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4 The New Bush Challenge: Ending the Cold War Peacefully and Managing the Global System Completing the “Two Plus Four” Treaty— September 1990 Establishing a new security system for Europe writ large Formalizing a new relationship with the Soviet Union/Russia --continuing U.S.-Soviet Summits --passing the Freedom Support Act of 1992
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- Chapter 5 Foreign Policy After the Cold War Bush and Clinton James M McCormick American Foreign Policy and Process Fifth Edition 1 At the End of

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