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I sincerely hope that it’s uncontroversial to say that the struggle at the centre of the Cold War was… political. [sirens go off] As somebody who lives in the relative safety of the West, it is often taken for granted that political arguments can be rather benign with some even seeing the political game as

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Schools were not the only place where the Federal Civil Defense Administration was attempting to make people safe. Outside of school, they were also trying to help the general population understand what steps they could take to be safer. How did the FCDA try to accomplish this task? There were many different steps taken by

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The Middle East is one of the most complex regions in the world: Currently there are 4 failing states and 3 wars, with major powers increasingly taking opposite sides. Countless armed militias and terrorist groups are spreading violence across borders. The region has seen conflict after conflict going back well into the 20th century. But

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During the height of the Cold War, there were many drills, routines, film strips and pamphlets designed to help citizens survive a nuclear attack. What were some of these things, and who designed them? President Harry Truman created the Federal Civil Defense Administration (FCDA) in 1950 in an effort to help the nation prepare for

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I will not do an offensive Chinese impression. I will not do an offensive Chinese impression. I will not do an offensive… (♪) Herro- Hello, and welcome to Feature History featuring the Chinese Civil War. A name that is encapsulating as it is generic. From 1927 to 1950, China was locked in a period of

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my name is Ross Johnson I'm a senior scholar here at the Wilson Center and it's my pleasure to be chair and perhaps occasional commentator as well in the second second panel as Christian said earlier there's there's no there's no Iron Curtain here between panel one and panel two we're going to be talking

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alright guys so this week is the first ghost hunt on this channel and as this video plays out or they're sort of narrate over some parts because uh there was other people at a ghost hunt we can't film everything we caught some pretty crazy stuff that you'll see what the fuck could make

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they're the constitution of France the constitution of Japan the constitution of the Russian Federation and a basic law of Germany the naming isn't the only weird thing about the german constitution the last article is it says as a basic law I'm pleased to apply it the day on which a constitution takes effect

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