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Course Description

The Cold War as we typically view it ended in 1991. Activity in various streams of influence suggests the war is not entirely over. This course is intended to review the beginnings of the Cold War and how politics and economics shaped the actions of the participants. The course content includes delving into some of the significant past activities of the “warring” parties as well as activities potentially occurring today. Key events covered in the course include a discussion on the workings of NATO forces (past and present), the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, and other influences, such as the armistice in Korea. The discussion includes topics about lessons learned and where to go from here. | Lecture (plus questions); Facilitated discussion

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