Whose foreign policy strategies do you want to compare with Nixon's policies?
I need to campare Nixon's policies of engagement with foreign policy stratagies used during the Cold War.
Nixon's policy of "engagement" with the Communists was called detente. Rather than military confrontation, Nixon championed diplomatic conversations. Nixon ended the Vietnam war, went to Red China, and started the nuclear arms reduction treaties. Nixon's policy of detente lead directly to the end of the cold war.
You didn't clarify your original question.
Are you asking about the U.S. foreign policy strategies? The Soviet Union's? China's? Please explain whose foreign policy strategies you need to compare with Nixon's policies of engagement?
What do you know about Nixon's policies? What do you know about the other foreign policy strategies?
That is all of the information I have, and that is why I am having such a hard time. I think I am camparing Nixon's policies of enagaement with Nixon's foreign policy duirng the Cold War.
Here is the info I have found so far, but I am not sure that I am going in the right direction.
Nixon's accomplishments in foreign policy included the reopening of direct communications with China in 1972 after a 21-year lapse in relations and his May 1972 visit to Moscow, the first by a U.S. president. His trip yielded a U.S.-Soviet strategic arms limitation agreement, a bilateral trade accord, and plans for joint scientific and space cooperation.
Thanks for clarifying your question.
You're heading in the right direction. Nixon had previously been a hardliner and strongly anti-Communist. He surprised everyone when he became the first President to visit what we then called "Red" China.
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This is what else I have found.
Nixon's policy of engagement with the Communists was called detente. Rather than military confrontation, Nixon championed diplomatic conversations. Nixon established relations with China and used that as a wedge against the Soviet Union. Dick was tricky in the arena of foreign relations. Nixon ended the Vietnam War, went to China, and started the nuclear arms reduction treaties. Nixon's policy of detente lead directly to the end of the cold war.
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This looks good -- except for this sentence which doesn't seem to fit the rest of your paragraph: "Dick was tricky in the arena of foreign relations.
Also -- I wouldn't say that Nixon's policy of detente lead "directly" to the end of the Cold War because it actually ended 15 years after Nixon left office.
Now -- you need to compare Nixon's policies with those of previous administrations that did more saber-rattling than participating in detente.
Thank you for all your help. NOw I know what direction I need to go with this assignment.
You're very welcome. Good luck! :-)
I have the same assignment due and I still do not have a clue what direction I need to go. :(
This is a tough one, but if you go and look up Nixon's policies of engagement and then look up foreign policies I think you will get the answers you are looking for.
I can't find a thing online and there is no reading for this week....oh well...
Usually if you try and sow you've done the research the teacher doesn't mark you down too much. aslong as you try and showed you made an effort.
Sounds like you are taking an Axia College course. The best way to answer this question is to look at your textbook for the class. Good luck!
P.S. The reading from the previous week covers it!
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I need a comparison of nixon's detente policies to previous cold war strategies
i am also in this class and have a hard time with the assignments. they are not explained very well, in my opinion.
Wrong, wrong, wrong!!!! Reagan ended the cold war!
Compare Nixon’s policies of engagement with
foreign policy strategies used during the Cold War.
I am having trouble as well.
I can't see where to start? the reading from last week doesn't talk about this at all... ugg!
You're all a bunch of idiots.
If you have the readings, then do the work yourself. It is easier to research if you hold the ctrl key and press 'f' to bring up the 'find' box in your electronic texts. Then type in some of the things you are looking for. Do your own work.
thats not really nice to call people searching for help IDIOTS. Boo to you Ms. Sue.
It is very unprofessional for you to call us "idiots". I come to this site often so find referral links for further research when the text does not clarify on a specific topic. I would be happy to forward the week text for you to review, and then the name "idiot" would be justified. No one is looking for handouts, we are looking for guidance. Great Job Ms. Sue.
I don't have an answer to this yet, I too was looking for guidance considering there is no clarification in my text either. And to Ms. Sue, I agree with Megan, it is very unprofessional to call us idiots when we are doing our own work just looking for a little assistance and guidance on where to go to look the info up. You shouldn't even be on this site if you feel that we are idiots then why exactly are you on here?? Guess that would put you in the same category huh?? Maybe that's the reason your still a Ms. rather that a Mrs., you're too much of a b**** to find anyone that will deal with your rude and insulting self. I seriously feel sorry for people like you, I bet you just sit on your computer and look for people, or comments or questions that you can respond to being rude and insulting and dogging people out for looking for help. Smh you should be thankful that I don't know you in real life and this sites administrators should not allow people like you to be on here because all that will end up happening is you will curb people away from this site because they are being called idiots and things like that for simply looking for help. Grow up....idiot.