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Sometimes It is Said that the Cold War Was a Simple Struggle For Power and that Ideology Had Nothing to Do with It. Do You Agree with This? Give One Example to Support Your Position. - Political Science

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Sometimes it is said that the Cold War was a simple struggle for power and that ideology had nothing to do with it. Do you agree with this? Give one example to support your position.

Solution

Yes, the Cold War was a simple struggle for power and that ideology had nothing to do with it because:

1. The Cold War led to several shooting wars but this did not lead to another World War.

2. Despite direct confrontations in Korea (1950-53), Berlin (1958-62), the Congo (early 1960s), neither alliance system crossed certain limits.

3. Many lives have been lost in some of the arenas like Korea, Vietnam and Afghanistan but World War spread a nuclear war or global hostilities.

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Solution Sometimes It is Said that the Cold War Was a Simple Struggle For Power and that Ideology Had Nothing to Do with It. Do You Agree with This? Give One Example to Support Your Position. Concept: Arenas of the Cold War.
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