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This 3-page paper covers the effectiveness of the MI6, Britain's intelligence agency, during and immediately after the Cold War. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MTMI6col.rtf

The Modern Post-War Empire
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This 5 page report discusses the fact that if an empire can best be defined by its dominance, its influence, and, of course, its power, then the post World War II realities of the United States impact on the world would certainly appear to qualify it as an “empire.” When considered in the context of “empire,” there are a number of factors that should be examined. For example, the end of the Cold War, the dissolution of the Soviet Union, even the technological advancements that have taken place have all served to shift the focus from military-motivated development and progress to a more globalized interdependence. Bibliography lists only one source.
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The New Soviet Man and Woman from the Bolshevik Revolution
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This is a 4 page paper discussing the characteristics of the new Soviet man and woman as promoted by the Bolshevik Revolution. The Russian Revolution in 1917 was initiated by the masses of peasants, workers and educated classes who suffered under the oppressive government and were supported by the efforts of the Bolsheviks. The Bolsheviks promoted two ideals which appealed to the disgruntled masses, namely “Peace, Bread and Land” for the peasant class and “All power to the Soviets” for the working class. Once in power, the Bolsheviks, later the Communists, promoted through the use of artists, writers and propaganda the characteristics of the new Soviet man and woman which included efficiency, hard-work, responsibility and commitment to the party, fitness, toughness, discipline and self-education. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Origins and Cultural Implications of the Cold War
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the origins and cultural implications of the Cold War based mainly on the texts of Brower and Moss. The Cold War originated in the ashes of the Second World War when the countries devastated by war and those formerly occupied by German or Japanese forces were forming new alliances with the Allies or were trying to end their history of colonization. The United States and Russia supported decolonization while at the same time understood the value of strong alliances. The United States, France, Britain and West Germany formed an alliance in Europe and for the first time excluded the Soviets based on their Communist ideals and politics. Stalin was equally determined to form strong global alliances in his defence of mother Russia and in so doing the Iron Curtain was formed dividing Europe. The political and economic division continued and escalated for over forty years with the United States and the Western European states forming NATO as a coalition against the threat and force of Communism. The existence of the Cold War did not only have an affect on politics, economics and international relations but also affected greatly the social and cultural developments between the different cultures. In the United States, anti-Soviet themes were the basis of many Hollywood productions which were mirrored by the anti-American plays being produced in the Soviet Union. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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