The Long Telegram Analysis

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According to The Long Telegram, George Keenan viewed the Soviet ideology as the traditional and instinctive Russian sense of insecurities. Because they were afraid of the effects of the advanced Western power, freedom, and capitalism, USSR would never compromise with the West, including the U.S. In this way, Marxism could only increase their fear of the West. Nikolai Novikov’s view of U.S. foreign policy According to Nikolai’s view, he mentioned that the U.S. intended to establish world dominance. First, The secret agreement between the U.S. and England showed that the U.S. wanted to gain the power in the East. In particular, the U.S. desired to have the complete economic and political submission of China. He also found that the tactical
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