Did the Cold War ever truly End?

Posted by: Welliss

Did the Cold War really end with the fall of the USSR? Explain why or why not.

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Stefy says2015-04-25T22:02:57.1710696-05:00
Yea and no but it did signifigantky change. The cold war had to do with the containment of communism which isnt really as big a thing anymore. They fight about other stuff now. Really if you actually think about history all wars are connected and can be seen as a continuatjon. Particularly ww1-now.
biggest_pro_going says2015-04-26T05:24:09.1101934-05:00
I like Russia (u may guess) but it doesn't really pose a threat to the west anymore, NATO is about 2 times as strong as it and Russia is not the soviets they have stopped spreading there influence.

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