Deterrence Theory and Cold War

A cold war is a state of dispute between nations that does not involve direct military action but is followed primarily through economic and political actions, propaganda, proxy wars waged by surrogates. The surrogates are commonly states that are "satellites" of the conflicting nations, i.e., nations allied to them or below their political influence. Opponents in a cold war will frequently provide economic or military aid, such as weapons, tactical support or military advisors, to lesser nations involved in disputes with the opposing country.

 

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