The End of the Cold War cp1 week9

The End of the Cold War cp1 week9 - Running head: THE END...

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Running head: THE END OF THE COLD WAR 1 The End of the Cold War Jamie Jordan HIS/135 March 31, 2011 Keri Cross
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THE END OF THE COLD WAR 2 The End of the Cold War The United States seemed to play a more dominant in the emerging of global economy after 1990. For the United States the Cold War had ended; there were no longer any serious competitors for global influence politically or economically. It seems as a result the rest of the world followed suit of the United States. An example would be what happened after Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990. President George Bush Sr. managed to get a huge coalition, backed by the UN to sanction an invasion of Kuwait. This would have been unheard of during the Cold War. America’s biggest role became being the world’s police. America is often considered the world’s only remaining superpower after the Cold War subsided, but we certainly do not have the financial stability to back up such a claim anymore. President Bill Clinton was to work peace talks through out the
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