global4 - Leea Felton Development & Globalization April...

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Leea Felton April 4, 2010 Paper 4 One of the biggest and most influential wars of all time was the Cold War; the only war to be fought without the use of weapons, over power, status, and respect. Although this war was fought between the United States and the Soviet Union, its outcome has had lasting effects on not only smaller second and tertiary nations, but on larger core nations as well. Policies concerning politics, economics, social issues, have been influenced, and constructed around the United States due to their victory. One nation who has adapted many American customs is South Africa. After gaining their freedom, and even during apartheid, the United States openly (and sometimes discreetly) not only gave aid to South Africa, but also gave them advice, and kept diplomatic relations with them. Because of this relationship between the United States, South Africa remains, loyal to, and grateful to the U.S. and will continue to support them on global crisis. The start of Apartheid in South Africa created a split between the smaller population of
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2011 for the course SOC 0862 taught by Professor Sandhu during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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