Security Dilemmas In The Cold War Essay

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SECURITY DILEMMA BETWEEN THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE SOVIET UNION
DURING THE COLD WAR

Abstract
The Cold War which was occurred since 1945 until 1991 has brings out the security dilemma between blocks of United States and Soviet Union. The security dilemma is a state of weapons dependence that become a policy of a country as if for the states interests defense of a country but actually it is for threaten other countries. The security dilemma which occur more than 40 years, brings many issues in international relations. The purpose of this study “Security Dilemma between United States and Soviet Union during the Cold War” is to identify and understand the relations between cold war and security dilemma. This study give attention to meaning
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