To what extent could the cold war be prevented?
The cold war was, in the main, a war between the ideology of communism and that of capitalism where disputes had never actually resulted in armed conflicts (or at least not directly). Furthermore, we can argue that it was a psychological clash, by which the leaders of the major countries (US, UK, USSR etc.) held a principal role. Since the causes of the cold war were mainly psychological, then we can discuss that it was inevitable.
<Tab/>The four major causes of the cold war were differences in ideology and aims, distrust among the superpowers, and other critical events th…
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