Source from World History: Twentieth History by Lynda Bell. Prompt: Using documents found on pp.190-222 of our course textbook, analyze how and why the dynamics of Cold War animosity between the U.S. and the Soviet Union affected decolonization in Vietnam. Your paper should open with a compelling introductory paragraph that clearly lays out the context, subject, and claim (your thesis statement). Next, you must use documentary passages—including direct quotations and/or correctly cited paraphrasing—from at least four documents from the textbook to provide answers to the following sub- questions (TIP—be sure to identify each author or speaker by place, date, and role as you write): – How did government representatives from the U.S. and the Soviet Union view the world following World War II in terms of who their enemies were, and what should be done to protect their nations? What sort of world order resulted from these leaders’ views? Use passages from at least two of your selected documents to explore these sub-questions. – Against the backdrop of Vietnam’s history as a colony of France and Japan, how did the beliefs and actions of the Cold War superpowers shape views among the Vietnamese about political and military efforts for decolonization? Use passages from at least two of your selected documents to explore this sub-question. – How would you summarize the significance of the evolution of the Cold War and the Vietnamese movement for decolonization for understanding global conditions in the second half of the twentieth century? (This section is the conclusion for your paper.)
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