Comparison of Nixon's detente to previous cold war strategies

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Comparison of Nixon's Detente toprevious Cold war strategiesNixon's Detente Detente meaning 'release oftensions' A period of relaxation Easing of tensions with thecommunist bloc Nixon wanted the arms race to stop Better trade relations with china Greater cooperation Nixon played one communistpower against another A balance among the world'sstrongest countriesComparison of Nixon's Detente toprevious Cold war strategies Similarities Focus remained on thedislike and antagonism forcommunism Containing communism Antagonism still remainedComparison of Nixon's Detente toprevious Cold war strategies Arms race and cold war were no solution forcontainment Arms race is very expensive The U.S. And the U.S.S.R were Nuclear non-proliferation treaty was signed in1968 Focus on having peaceful relations with thecommunist bloc Several secret meetings were organized bykissinger with his/her Chinese counterpartsComparison of Nixon's Detente toprevious Cold war strategies Nixon's move to visit thePeople's republic of China(Zoellick, R.B. 2006) shocked those whofavoured more and moreconfrontation triple diplomacy which wasall about having detentewith one country toinfluence a third country for instance, Nixon's visit toChina, increased the Soviet'sinterests in detenteComparison of Nixon's Detente toprevious Cold war strategies Nixon envisioned peace, harmony, economicpro

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