Russia Involvement Of The U.s. Election Hack

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Russia Involvement in the U.S. Election Hack
There has been claims that the Russia hacked the U.S 2016 presidential election and Putin personally gave the order. This might be possible because of the rivalries between the two countries since the Cold War. The two countries has long history to outshine each other. There is no relationship between the two countries before the World War II, but both countries united against the Nazis. After the war, there has been competition between the two countries on who can perform better in field of science and technology. The two countries wanted other countries to follow and live by their ideologies. The rivalry between the countries doesn’t just evolved during the 2016 presidential election, but has
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In 1972, Bobby Fischer, Russian best chess player faced the current world champion Boris Spassky from the United State. The world chess game competition final drew more global interest than any other game before it and even after. After numerous demands from Fischer, the American player, Boris Spassky eventually won the game after 21 games.
The rivalry extended to 1980s and this time was between the presidents of both countries. Ronal Reagan was US president during this period and Mikhail Gorbachev was the leader of USSR. Ronald Reagan was early hated by the liberals, but gained favor when he challenged the leader of Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev. On June 12, 1987, President Reagan stood in front of Brandenburg Gate, commanding Mikhail Gorbachev to bring down the Berlin wall. The wall separated Germans in East Germany (a socialist zone occupied by the Soviet Union) from the West Germany (NATO ally). The soviet leaders criticize Reagan speech and they often referred it to as openly provocative and war-mongering. After twenty-nine month, in 1989, the berlin wall eventually fell. Germans from east and West Germany were able to cross the wall without any inspection.
The recent rivalry in current century was between president Obama administration and Putin. The two major differences between the presidents was the Syria and Ukraine war. President Obama oppose the current Syrian leader, Bashar Assad, but Putin
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