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The Sino-Soviet border conflict had caused relations with the USSR to decline, so China wanted to improve relations with the USA

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The Warsaw Pact, also known as the Warsaw Treaty Organization, was a military and political alliance. Warsaw was established between the Soviet Union and several Eastern European nations on May 14, 1955 . The alliance was formed as a counterbalance to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) by the Soviet Union, a collective security alliance concluded between the United States, Canada and Western European nations in 1949.

Following World War II, The Warsaw Pact supplemented existing agreements as the Soviet Union had concluded bilateral treaties with each of the East European states except for East Germany, which was still part of the Soviet occupied-territory of Germany.

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The answer to this is letter D. China faced a threat from the Soviet Union at that time and they know that they need to have a powerful ally with them. This is something that countries and unions all over the world are still doing. They try to become allies so that they can work together.

There is nothing wrong with this as long as they have a common goal which is to make sure that all of those who are working together will profit from the partnerships that they have formed. The allies can also make it easier for people to maintain peace and orderliness that may be required at the present time.

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The term "Detente" refers to easing of tensions and hostilities between two nations. The term originated from the times of hostilities between England and France.

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The U2 incident concerned Powers being shot down and kept as a prisoner, not a US policy of containment of communism

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Warsaw Pact countries is also a correct answer to the question



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This was created together with the Warsao plan and both created and military alliance . One of them was created by the Soviet Union and the other one by the United States .

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One effect of the Marshall Plan was that Western Europe became more closely aligned with the United States of America. However, one could also argue that it started antagonization of the United States by the Soviet Union, and contributed to the Cold War. The Soviet Union pretty much blocked all of its satellite countries from partaking in the Marshall Plan, saying that it was a trap to convince the leaders of the countries involved in receiving aid that the United States had the only right way - when “in reality” it was communism.

The countries that did take aid from the Marshall Plan were mainly in the western part of Europe; Great Britain, France, and West Germany, for example, all received help from the Marshall Plan.

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Sorry but I did Gus Grissom and Rober Chafee right for the test. I think it is unfair to say it is false if 2/3 was right.

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