Pros And Cons Of The Cold War

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Taking Sides The cold war was a conflict of ideals that involved the united states and its allies against the Soviet Union with its satellite states. Each side pushed for there ideals of how to run a country, and tried to use its influence on other countries to push them towards communism and socialism. The cold war started in the 1940’s and ended in the 1990’s lasting through the Vietnam War and other miner conflicts. Some people believe today that we are heading towards a new cold war or are already in it. I do not believe that we are in this new cold war. I think there is not enough evidence to show that we are in this kind of situation. Even though I do not believe it others do and they think they have enough evidence to prove it. The cold war in the cold war was waged between the united states and its allies against the Soviet Union with its satellite states. But after the disbanding of the Soviet Union in 1991 the new enemy that believers of the new cold war point to are North Korea and Russia. Both North Korea and Russia have a great dislike for the united states and its ideals of socialism. North Korea is lead by Kim John-un a young power-hungry leader that looks to build North Koreas nuclear arsenal. Kim John-un has threated the united states numerus times and trying to build a nuclear missile that is powerful enough to make it to the united states. For these reasons North Korea looks to be the most likely candidate for the united states to
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