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WATCH: Frames in Unit 7

This period of history is usually viewed through the lens of two different struggles: the Cold War and decolonization. But if we look at both of these using our course frames then we begin to see how these struggles were intertwined. As new communities or nation-states were formed through decolonization movements, the Soviet Union and the US sought to establish networks that would extend their ideologies and influence.

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