HIST 729 - The Cold War: Communism vs. Democracy
The Cold War: Communism vs. Democracy
Focuses on the period 1945-1990 when a bipolar confrontation developed between the United States and the Soviet Union, characterized by propaganda, competing military alliances, arms races, nuclear brinksmanship and proxy wars. The course will analyze historians' competing interpretations of the origins and expansion of the Cold War from the end of World War Two through the collapse of communism.
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