[Solved] HIST405N – Week 7 Discussion on American Foreign Policy during the Cold War




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Discussion – Initial Post Instructions

Pick three (3) of the following American Foreign policies:

  • Marshall Plan
  • Berlin Airlift
  • Containment
  • Anti-Communist Freedom Fighters
  • Vietnam (conflict) War
  • Détente’
  • Camp David Accords
  • Strategic Defense Initiative (nicknamed “Star Wars”)

Then, address the following for your selections:

  • Explain how each of your choices was an effective policy to thwart international communist expansion.
  • Based on your selections, analyze if the United States should have feared international communist subversion during the Cold War era (1945-1991).

Required Resources

Read/review the following resources for this activity:

  • Textbook: Sections 28.2, 29.1, 30.3, 31.3
  • Lesson
  • Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)


Hello Class and Professor,

I chose to discuss SALT I & SALT II, Camp David Accords, and Strategic Defense Initiative foreign policies.


These foreign policies, SALT 1 and SALT II, were signed in 1972 and 1929 respectively between the US and the Soviet Union as a way to control the number of nuclear weapons that either country could possess and hence reduce the risk of a nuclear war (Cameron, 2022). Arguably, their policies were effective since they reduce the power of either nation to cause a nuclear war or even intimidate other global territories occupied by sovereign nations. Also, it is worth noting that the policies show that the US had good intentions with the international environment as disarming the Soviet Union of……………………. [PURCHASE TO VIEW FULL SOLUTION].


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