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29
November 2017

 

    
The exact challenge the United States faces according to the above two documents:
The National Security Council Report 68(NSC-68) and the Patriotic Act was the
Soviet Union and terrorism. The National Security Report 68 outlined the basis
for the United States’ cold war policy for the next two decades after 1950. The
Patriotic act is a basis for counter terrorism measures that protected many
lives after the September 11, 2011 attacks. There were major ideological,
political and economic differences between the United States and Soviet Union.

Terrorists also have ideological differences that greatly reduce the way of
life of free citizens in the United States which is a free country. The Soviet
Union followed communism ideology while the United State followed capitalism (Steve
4). This ideology leads to a basic difference politically and economically.

Following this, this will pose a threat to the US.

    
The ideological, political, and economic differences between the United
States and the Soviet Union. As discussed previously, a war is a contention
between states, territories or social orders. And a war is mostly a result of
tension that arises from difference. Different wars involve the historical
backdrop of the world as a rule and furthermore the historical backdrop of
individual countries. There are numerous savage wars in the historical backdrop
of the world like two world wars and furthermore wars of success that
relinquished a tremendous measure of life. The cold war is additionally a vital
classification of war where furnished clash was not included. The Cold War is
the name given to the relationship that grew essentially between the USA and
the USSR (Soviet Union) after World War Two. The Cold War was to command
universal undertakings for quite a long time and many significant emergencies
happened – the Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam, Hungary and the Berlin Wall being
only a few. Compressing it was a race for the prevalence of energy.

    
Terrorism was also a major security concern for the United States. Therefore,
the administration of the United States has been firm in keeping the sway of
this extraordinary country all through history. Any power who comes in the path
by threating regular people or the authority of the nation is to be managed
genuinely. Peaceful arrangement is given need before military measures. The
United Sates is considered as an image of serene arrangement that depicts the
majority rule nature of this nation. Be that as it may, if all else fails
military engagement is considered. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is likewise
a war pursued by the United States against terrorists of the countries that
posture huge risk to the prosperity of Americans. There are different
conclusions about this war from regular citizens and veterans.

    
It is no secret that the Government of the United States and many other
countries infringes the civil liberties to protect the national security of a
given nation. I believe this is acceptable referring to the constitution,
because the government is trying it’s best to protect the country by spying on
different people and limiting civil liberties. They use different cameras,
drones and technological equipment’s. The government is trying their best to
protect the country by bypassing few laws that protect civil liberties.

Different terrorists might be planning an attack on the country, with the help
of different technologies and spy’s the police force is capable of catching
them red-handed, imprisoning them, giving a lesson to the rest of the people
trying to cause an attack. The infringement will thus result in the safeness of
the country as a whole. This measure directly protects millions of innocent lives.

    
One of the Relationship between post-war Soviet espionage and the
emergence of internal security and loyalty programs under Truman and Eisenhower
is Implementing loyalty programs to ensure the patriotism and loyalty of the
people were accused of disloyalty. The United States and the Soviet Union
differ over after war strategy in focal and eastern Europe. The USSR needed to
neutralize Germany to keep another war; to control Poland to block any future
attack from its west; and to overwhelm Eastern Europe. Stalin saw Soviet
control of Eastern Europe as essential to Soviet security. Inside long
stretches of the war’s end, Stalin introduced professional Soviet governments
in Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania. Autonomous Communist takeovers in Albania
and Yugoslavia gave two more “satellite countries.” Finally, the
Soviets banned free decisions in Poland and smothered political resistance. In March
1946, previous British head administrator Winston Churchill told a school
gathering of people in Fulton, Missouri, that a Soviet-made “iron
blind” had slipped crosswise over Europe (Kevin 6).

    
In Conclusion, a nation faces threats from all sides throughout a given
period of the nation’s history. There are ways to deal with these threats and
save as much as human lives possible. Millions of lives are affected by the
decision made by a given collection of government officials that represent the
nations. Sometimes, thousands of citizens of other countries are affected by
the decision to keep a great nation like the United States safe. The Patriotic
Act and the National Security Council report of 1950 are two important
documents that represent the actions to be made and plans to defeat two separate
events that are; The Cold War and Terrorism

Work Cited

Steve, John. “Ideological Differences.” Cold War Radar,
secretsofcoldwarradar.omeka.net/exhibits/show/background-material–the-cold-/causes-of-the-cold-war/ideological-differences.

White, Kevin. “Truman orders loyalty checks of
federal employees.” History.com, A Television Networks,
www.history.com/this-day-in-history/truman-orders-loyalty-checks-of-federal-employees.