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5 Matching questions

  1. Geore marshall
  2. universalistic
  3. Kennan's fundamental objectives of our foreign policy
  4. Potsdam conference of 1945
  5. destalinization
  1. a -roosevelt, Clement Atlee, Stalin
    -Germany was the problem
    -It was decided that Germany needed to have a strong economy in order to sustain the US's current economy
    -Russia wanted to keep Germany weak though to make sure it didn't become a superpower
  2. b -secretary of the state
    -created marshall plan to help post war economic reconstruction
  3. c 1) to protect the security of the nation without threats from foreign powers
    2) to advance the welfare of its people, by promoting the nation to make the maximum contributions to other nations and derive maximum benefits from the foreign country's resources and abilities
  4. d elimination of stalin's influence
    removed stalin from all public landmarks
  5. e if all countries would conform to the same structure of rules than all international conflicts would not exist (created the United Nations)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. decided how to control and manage the nuclear technology
  2. -russian leader
    -wanted to keep russia strong, germany weak
    -hated capitalism
    -wanted international communism
  3. leader to the soviets
    against allowing US to surveillance materials
    was aggressive in de-stalinization
  4. recognized that people will always create conflict where there is power involved. focuses on creating international alliances instead of fake friendships between countries
  5. germany was divided into four zones
    -france, US, Britain, russia

5 True/False questions

  1. national interestthe nations need to create a world to promote the well-being of the nations foundations

          

  2. Yalta Conference 1945-roosevelt, Clement Atlee, Stalin
    -Germany was the problem
    -It was decided that Germany needed to have a strong economy in order to sustain the US's current economy
    -Russia wanted to keep Germany weak though to make sure it didn't become a superpower

          

  3. brinkmanship-supported containment
    -pushed opposing side to the brink of war
    -pressured until surrendering

          

  4. marshall planeconomic restoration in europe
    save europe from economic collapse
    gave europe food, fuel, raw materials
    24 million dollars

          

  5. john dullesaggressively against communism
    believed containment would keep US in same place