Construct an argument about how ideological conflict influenced the development of world events after World War II. You may find it helpful to ask yourself the following questions: what were the most important political ideologies in the postwar twentieth century; how did those ideologies shape conflict in the world; how did the superpowers approach ideological conflict; and what was the relationship between ideological conflict and developments in Third World countries?

Construct an argument about how ideological conflict influenced the development of world events after World War II. You may find it helpful to ask yourself the following questions: what were the most important political ideologies in the postwar twentieth century; how did those ideologies shape conflict in the world; how did the superpowers approach ideological conflict; and what was the relationship between ideological conflict and developments in Third World countries? Use definitions, explanation, and discussion of *4-6* ID terms as part of the evidence that you use to defend and illustrate your argument. Please call attention to the terms you deploy in this way by using bold font for the term. Besides utilizing material from lecture, your argument should also refer to at least two but no more than four of the following authors: Kennan, Marshall, Novikov, Fanon, Guevara, Andreeva, Sakharov, and/or others.

Final Examination HIST 20W Professor Kiril Tomoff Spring 2020 Please write an essay that responds to the prompt, below. Your answer should be about five pages (minimum 1250 words, maximum 1500 words). Essays significantly longer than 1500 words will be penalized. This final exam is due by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10. Please follow your TA’s instructions for submitting your response. The extra time is intended to provide flexibility so that you can complete the exam while still meeting your other obligations. You are not expected to spend the entire time on the exam.Per the end-of-quarter modifications announced last week, this final exam is a “hold harmless” assignment: your performance on this final exam cannot lower your final course grade from the grade you earned up to and including the third paper. Furthermore, there are no late penalties for turning in the final exam after the due date.However, all work must be submitted to your TA before 12:00, noon, Thursday, June 11. There can be no further extensions beyond this final deadline.

Non-Cumulative Essay Question #1A Construct an argument about how ideological conflict influenced the development of world events after World War II. You may find it helpful to ask yourself the following questions: what were the most important political ideologies in the postwar twentieth century; how did those ideologies shape conflict in the world; how did the superpowers approach ideological conflict; and what was the relationship between ideological conflict and developments in Third World countries? U se definitions, explanation, and discussion of *4-6* ID terms as part of the evidence that you use to defend and illustrate your argument. Please call attention to the terms you deploy in this way by using bold font for the term. Besides utilizing material from lecture, your argument should also refer to at least two but no more than four of the following authors: Kennan, Marshall, Novikov, Fanon, Guevara, Andreeva, Sakharov, and/or others.

ID Terms The most successful responses to the essay prompt will define, explain, and discuss 4-6 of the most relevant terms below, using those discussions as evidence to support the essay’s argument (please use bold font to call attention to the ones you deploy).

Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan Warsaw Pact Cominform Great Leap Forward Peoples’ Communes Chinese Cultural Revolution GATT IMF Syngman Rhee Kim Il Sung National Congress Muslim League Communalism The Third World Jawaharlal Nehru French Community Hutu Ho Chi Minh Tet Offensive New Left Monroe Doctrine Cuban Missile Crisis Organization of American States Bay of Pigs Junta Bureaucratic Authoritarianism Dirty Wars French Algeria Angola Brezhnev Doctrine Thaw Existentialism Prague Spring Imre Nagy Arab League Zionism Suez Canal Crisis 6-Day War U.N. Security Council Resolution 242 The Five Pillars of Islam ‘Ulama’ Shari’a Imam Reformism (re: Islam) Sunni Shi’i Sufism Glasnost Perestroika Solidarity Velvet Revolution Mohandas Gandhi