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The United States entered World War II as a strong opponent of imperialism , even when it involved allies. Yet, by 1950 , and certainly by 1954 the US supported French efforts to maintain control of IndoChina.
1. How and why did Foreign Policy change between 1945 - 1954?
2. Describe what international and domestic factors caused the US to view Ho Chi Minh, the French and the world differently.
3. Which US leaders were responsible for these changes?
4. Were these changes valid considering the overall world situation following World War II ?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 6:20 pm ad1c9bdddf
By responding to the questions in some detail, this solution discusses related topics for the period from 1945 to 1954 e.g. foreign policy changes during this period; international and domestic factors that caused the United States to view Ho Chi Minh, the French and the world differently; the United States leaders that were responsible for these changes and if these changes valid considering the overall world situation following World War II. Supplemented with an article on foreign policy (1945 - 1954).
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