U.S. COLD WAR POLICY.
Examines U.S. foreign policy in the 1960s. Contends that policy was based on Cold War ideology & policy of containment, especially of Communism. & the Soviet Union. American failure in Cuba & Vietnam. Actions of Presidents Kennedy & Johnson. Cuban Missle Crisis, Bay of Pigs, escalation of war in Vietnam.
This paper provides a review of the worsening conditions between China and the Soviet Union during the 1940s, 50s and 60s known as the Sino-Soviet Split. Why Chinese communist programs and ideology were at odds with the goals of the Soviet leaders is the main focus of the analysis.
The CIA & the Cuban Missile Crisis
A number of arguments exist concerning the exact nature of the Cuban missile crisis, & how close the world came to nuclear war; this argument states that the CIA was deeply involved in these events, and perhaps contributed to the crisis.
The President as Commander in Chief
Stream of consciousness essay which records personal feelings about the role of the President as commander in chief. Touches briefly on a number of topics from Hiroshima to Haiti.
John F. Kennedy's Foreign Policies
This paper discusses President John F. Kennedy's foreign policies with respect to the Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile Crisis, Communism in Latin America, and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.