1- How did the era of super power change the world? How did people react to the two power system and

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1- How did the era of super power change the world? How did people react to the two power system and the fear of total destruction? What were some of the major events of this era and how did they lead to present day international politics? how does the UN factor into any of this? font 12 double spaced, at least 2 pages

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Modern HistoryStudent NameCourseAffiliation NoSubmission Date1The origin of the superpowers can be traced back to World War II. The origin ofsuperpowers basically also pertains to a nation with a strong economy, an overpowering militarypresence, immense political power and also a strong national ideology ("World War II: the Riseof the Superpowers | Novelguide", 2016). The rise of the superpowers considered at the time tobe the United Soviet Socialist Republic USSR and the United States of America was a resultanteffect of the devastation of Europe and Asia as of 1945. The two sovereigns were left withinordinate influence over international affairs, since in actual sense they emerged stronger fromthe Second World War than they entered it. Their status as superpowers was due to the fact thatboth countries had mobilized both their vast resources to a maximum utility effect and had builtmore weapons and had a lot of their citizens under arms than any other nation in history. Theirterritorial control had also been significantly expanded (Suri, 2016).The resultant effect of this two power system was a worldwide fear and a global forcedpeace. After the rise of the Unit

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