Brinkmanship between Great Powers: US and Russia

@inproceedings{Huertas2017BrinkmanshipBG,
  title={Brinkmanship between Great Powers: US and Russia},
  author={Erickson Huertas},
  year={2017}
}
The Cold War (1947-1991) included an air of antagonism and mutual distrust between the United States (US) and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR) (1922-1991). Spies betrayed their countries, and millions died in proxy wars. The struggle for dominance prompted massive propaganda campaigns, psychological warfare, nuclear, and technological competitions. This study first examines how the 1980’s nuclear tension between the US and the USSR reached its zenith. It then identifies how the… CONTINUE READING

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