Nixon and Cold War - During the Cold War, there were no...

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HIS/135 Morgen Rogers Tonia Stoneman Nixon Rules of Engagement vs. Cold War Policies President Nixon served from 1969 to 1974. It was only one term. He is one of the dmost well known presidents because of the Watergate Scandal. He didn’t like the foreign policies of those before him. He reopened communications with China, negotiated the Anti Ballistics Missle Treaty, SALT I, and “dentente“ which means a cooperation. He was also the first president to visit the U.S.S.R. He discussed many things with them like space exploration, bilateral trade, and strategic arms.
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Unformatted text preview: During the Cold War, there were no foreign relations with these two countries. The United States and the U.S.S.R. were in an arms race and a space race. There was competition against each other in just about everything they were trying to accomplish. The Cold War lasted for a very long time. We went through many times of high tension. There was the Cuban Missle Crisis, the Berlin Blockade, and the Vietnam War, not mention many others....
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