Balance of Power and the Cold War

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The world during the Cold War was bi-polar; two superpowers divided the world system into their zones of influence. After the fall of the USSR, the US emerged as the unipolar power and hegemon. Drawing on the Cold War and post-Cold War distribution of power, please answer the following questions:

How did the balance of power in the international system change with the end of the Cold War? Please begin with explaining the balance of power during the Cold War and follow up with describing the balance in the post-Cold War period. As always, please begin with the definition of the terms you will apply in your analysis.

How did the distribution of power during the Cold War and in the post-Cold War era impact the actions of the US in those periods?


Additional Resources:

https://www.uctv.tv/shows/American-Foreign-Policy-...

https://www.uctv.tv/shows/The-Transformation-of-Eu...


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Msharon
School: Duke University

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Good stuff. Would use again.

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