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1 However, the 1960s witnessed a revival of anarchism, likely caused by a perceived failure of Marxism–Leninism and tensions built by the Cold War.
2 At the same time, David H. Price's work on American anthropology during the Cold War provides detailed accounts of the pursuit and dismissal of several anthropologists from their jobs for communist sympathies.
3 It became a great commercial success when it did appear partly because international relations were transformed as the wartime alliance gave way to the Cold War.
4 The disagreement between the allies and the start of the Cold War is suggested when Napoleon and Pilkington, both suspicious, "played an ace of spades simultaneously".
5 In the late 1950s and early 1960s, the United States was engaged in the Cold War, a geopolitical rivalry with the Soviet Union.
6 In the late 1950s and early 1960s, the United States was engaged in the Cold War, a geopolitical rivalry with the Soviet Union.
7 However, Afghanistan remained neutral and was neither a participant in World War II nor aligned with either power bloc in the Cold War thereafter.
8 One example she gives is the alleged antisemitism within the United Nations, which, in this view, functioned during the Cold War as a coalition-building technique between Soviet and Arab states, but now serves the same purpose among states opposed to the type of human-rights ideology for which the UN was created.
9 During the Cold War, Azerbaijan had been the deployment area of units of the Soviet 4th Army whose principle formations in 1988 included four motor rifle divisions (23rd Guards, 60th, 75th, and 295th).
10 Thomas Braden, in charge of these cultural programs for the C.I.A.. in the early years of the Cold War, had formerly been executive secretary of the Museum of Modern Art, America's leading institution for 20th Century art and the charges of collusion between the two echoed for many years after this program was revealed, though most of the artists involved had no idea they were being used in this way and were furious when they found out.
11 the story line appears to frame the author's anxieties regarding McCarthyism and the Cold War.
12 The treaty was the first arms control agreement established during the Cold War.
13 The fear that the USSR would react by doing a territorial claim transferring the Cold War to Antarctica led the United States to do none.
14 Scientific bases increased in international tension concerning Antarctica, and the danger of the Cold War spreading to that continent, caused the President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower, to convene an Antarctic Conference to the twelve countries active in Antarctica during the International Geophysical Year, to sign a treaty.
15 The signing of the treaty was the first arms control agreement that occurred in the framework of the Cold War, and the complaining countries managed to avoid the internationalization of Antarctic sovereignty.
16 The AK-47 has been used in the following conflicts: — Larry Kahaner, author of AK-47: The Weapon That Changed the Face of War During the Cold War, the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China, as well as United States and other NATO nations supplied arms and technical knowledge to numerous countries and rebel forces around the world.
17 Run by the FLN that had secured independence, Algiers became a member of Non-Aligned Movement during the Cold War.
18 Research results obtained during that period were not shared between the Axis and the Allied powers during World War II and limited access during the Cold War.
19 The United States viewed the conflict in Afghanistan in terms of the Cold War, with Marxists on one side and the native Afghan mujahideen on the other.
20 During the Cold War, the ACLU headquarters was dominated by anti-communists, but many local affiliates defended members of the Communist Party.
21 Anti-Communist sentiment gripped the United States during the Cold War beginning in 1946.
22 During the Cold War, although the United States collectively ignored the civil rights of Communists, other civil liberties – such as due process in law and separation of church and state – continued to be reinforced and even expanded.
23 The ACLU, even though it scaled back its defense of Communists during the Cold War, still came under heavy criticism as a "front" for Communism.
24 Several ACLU leaders were sympathetic to the FBI, and as a consequence, the ACLU rarely investigated any of the many complaints alleging abuse of power by the FBI during the Cold War.
25 During the early 1950s, the ACLU continued to steer a moderate course through the Cold War.
26 The controversies over the Bill of Rights that were generated by the Cold War ushered in a new era in American Civil liberties.
27 Examples were designed in World War I and World War II (such as the Panzer VIII Maus), along with a few in the Cold War.
28 During the Cold War the Soviet bloc states developed a number of amphibious APCs, fighting vehicles and tanks, both wheeled and tracked.
29 The Wall Street Journal referred to Massoud as "The Afghan Who Won the Cold War", referring to the global significance of the Soviet defeat in Afghanistan for the subsequent collapse of the Eastern Bloc.
30 During the Cold War, one of the missions carried out by the United States was the test and evaluation of captured Soviet fighter aircraft.