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Diplomacy

The American society has had to grapple with a lot of shortcomings throughout history. The minority groups in the American society are valuable. This is evident in the 1968 election where Richard Nixon won elections in the southern, southwest and northern suburbs by questioning the general voter’s anxiety on the civil rights in general and specifically the minority groups1. The election was inclusive of both the minority and the major groups in the populations. This clearly alienated American society from issues of how well they treat minority groups. This rebuttal critically evaluates the political, socio-economic and foreign issues in America that have affected the third world and developing nations during the cold war.

The cold war has marked a large proportion of American history as far as how the outside world perceives. America. Corbett et. al., (2014) argues that the cold war is a consequence of disagreements between the Americans and the Soviet Union members on issues to deal with disarmament. This is called the Baruch plan. The Soviet Union is largely to blame as even though America has also made some mistakes. The Baruch plan is indeed an initiative of the American government to regulate atomic energy. The U.S government agreed to turn in all weapons and follow the plan while the Soviet Union rejected to plan. The standoff that initiated the cold war was prompted by the need to safeguard the wellbeing of the people. The Soviet Union has instead gone on to question the legitimacy of the plan at the expense of the people and the other countries. It is clear e that the American government is not to blame for the cold war considering their input towards establishing peace through nuclear control2.

Secondly, there are some foreign policies that the American government has implemented that critically appreciate the importance of the well-being of the entire world. The Baruch plan is the first ideology has experienced failure due to building up tension between the American government and the Soviet Union. The American government, therefore has taken the initiative to limit Russian influence. This is the main reason for establishing strategic ally partnerships2. Similarly, the American government has made several treaties in a bid to ensure peaceful coexistence. Among diplomatic treaties included the North Atlantic Treaty Organization2. It is clear that the Americans are making more efforts for the well-being of the entire world compared to the Soviet Union. The ideologies might be informed from only one side, which explains the Russian resistance, but the plans are aimed at a central good which is peace.

Lastly there are some socio-economic policy changes that the American government has initiated that exhibit peaceful coexistence and genuine support of allies. For instance, the credit-financed, economic-led consumption frameworks established by the United States after the world war have served to create jobs and support the economic growth of U.S. allies. Similarly, the United States has taken the initiative to import goods and services from across the globe, for instance, Germany and China in an attempt to redevelop the economies that had been destroyed by the war. This initiative was aimed at protecting the workers in these countries from the promises made by communists3. Similarly, the government has taken steps to supply capital to Iron Curtain allies to finance the rejuvenation an import-substitution progress strategies.

In conclusion, the United States is an excellent choice for any partner in view of the reasons mentioned above. Weighing the individual bad elements in the ideologies created against the good elements, the American government is likely to support the allies regardless of the outcome of the event. Every ally’s wish is to regain political, social and economic status. The United States has done everything it takes to that ensure world peace and economic development take course appropriately.

Bibliographies

Broesamle, John. Clashes of Will: Great Confrontations that Have Shaped Modern America+ Created Equal. Prentice Hall, 2008.

Corbett, Scott P., Vickery, Paul S., Todd J. Pfannestiel, Volker Historian Janssen, and John M. Lund. “US History.” (2014).

1

 Corbett, Scott P., Vickery, Paul S., Todd J. Pfannestiel, Volker Historian Janssen, and John M. Lund. “US History.” (2014).

2

 Broesamle, John. Clashes of Will: Great Confrontations that Have Shaped Modern America+ Created Equal. Prentice Hall, 2008.

3

 Corbett, Scott P., Vickery, Paul S., Todd J. Pfannestiel, Volker Historian Janssen, and John M. Lund. “US History.” (2014).