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Antonyms for cold war

a state of political hostility between countries using means short of armed warfare

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In this highly readable volume of reflections on the legendary Cold Warrior by fellow academics and several journalists, Brzezinski comes to life as Justin VaEaisse, David C.
Letting slip his past as a Cold warrior, he hints at a coming, global ideological battle with section titles like "Confucius Versus Jefferson" and "China's Biggest Fear: American Ideas.
Whether or not you liked Shultz, you knew where he stood: a consummate Cold Warrior and the architect of a foreign policy regarded as the modern apotheosis of "peace through strength.
Vatican relations and Pius XIl's role as an exceptionally significant cold warrior.
Kennedy, that quintessential cold warrior who seemingly couldn't wait to invade Cuba, who went to the brink of nuclear annihilation over missiles in our hemisphere and who rolled tanks to the Berlin Wall to face off with communist tanks on the other side, was actually undergoing a deep conversion to peacemaker during his brief tenure as president.
House of War is a polemic against American might and those who have served it, but it is hardly a surprise coming as it does from a one-time Georgetown University "ROTC Cadet of the Year" turned leftist "peacenik priest" (his words) who remains profoundly troubled as the son of an influential if obscure cold warrior.
hadn't flipped in full Cold Warrior mode over Castro.
And a strong resolution demanding a swift end to the Iraq war passed with barely a ripple of protest--a far cry from the days when the Federation was a dedicated cold warrior with links to the CIA.
WHEN I WAS JUST STARTING elementary school the words "under God" were added to the Pledge of Allegiance--the better to distinguish Americans from "godless communists:' In the years that followed I was nurtured to become a rabid Cold Warrior by propaganda films at school and Republican politics at home.
Publicist, essayist, broadly based cosmopolitan, and staunch cold warrior, he wrote prolifically for Kultura as well as Italian journals and newspapers.
In the top tier of the Bush 41 administration, only Defense Secretary Dick Cheney was a hardline cold warrior.
Shanker was committed to a strong union movement for the same reason he was a strong cold warrior and a promoter of common standards: in his view, they all served democratic values, In this sense, then, Albert Shanker had more in common with Horace Mann and John Dewey than just exerting a profound influence on American education.
Burnham's books do have interesting and important insights--especially The Managerial Revolution, Congress and the American Tradition, and Suicide of the West--but the Cold Warrior Burnham constantly undermined the conservative Burnham (if conservative is the right word).