Learning from the Cold War

November 1990
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1990, Issue 7, p4
Reveals the lessons learned from the Cold War period. Factor that prompted the U.S. to fight the Cold War; Natural inclinations and temptations that should be avoided by the U.S. as a democratic country with a foreign policy susceptible to erratic swings in public mood and opinion; Requirement as a hegemonic state.


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