The following events are related to the United States’ conflict with Iran over oil. Drag them into the order in which they occurred, with the earliest on top.

The price of gas in the United States skyrocketed.

Iran decided to stop the shipment of oil to the United States.

Iran went through national turmoil that involved the United States.

The United States invested in new sources of oil and created oil reserves.

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  1. A. Warsaw Pact is formed

    B. Korean War

    C. ​Berlin Wall is Built

    D. World War II Ends and the Cold War Begins

    E. ​China Divides into Two Countries (People’s Republic of China and Taiwan)
    F. Soviet Union Collapses (Establishment of the Russian Federation

    G. Soviet Union signed friendship treaty with China
    H. Fall of the Berlin Wall

    I. Cuban Missile Crisis

    J. North Atlantic Treaty Organization is formed

    K. ​Vietnam War is over

    L. ​Truman Doctrine announced to Congress

    M. Germany is reunited

    N. ​Mikhail Gorbachev​ and his advisers adopted "Glasnost"
    O. ​The Great Leap Forward in China

    P. Berlin Airlift Ends

    Q. Winston Churchill delivers the Iron Curtain Speech

    R. US is defeated and humiliated at the Bay of Pigs in Cuba
    S. Vietnam War Begins

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