Which was a similar consequence of both U.S. and the Soviet Union’s Cold War policies?
limited the growth of Islamic terrorism
restricted economic aid to Third World countries
slowed down the process of globalization
constrained relations with international religious organizations
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Which do you believe it is?
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"Almost as soon as he took office, President Richard Nixon (1913-1994) began to implement a new approach to international relations. Instead of viewing the world as a hostile, “bi-polar” place, he suggested, why not use diplomacy instead of military action to create more poles? To that end, he encouraged the United Nations to recognize the communist Chinese government and, after a trip there in 1972, began to establish diplomatic relations with Beijing. At the same time, he adopted a policy of “détente”–”relaxation”–toward the Soviet Union. In 1972, he and Soviet premier Leonid Brezhnev (1906-1982) signed the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT I), which prohibited the manufacture of nuclear missiles by both sides and took a step toward reducing the decades-old threat of nuclear war."
No it's not A...
"A negative though not immediate consequence of the Cold War was the terror- ist Islamist movement of the 1990s and 2000s. Both superpowers had histories of intervening in independent nations’ political affairs throughout the Cold War. The Soviet war in Afghanistan destabilized that nation and prompted the growth of an Islamist guerrilla movement, the mujahideen."
From my textbook.