The long lasting Cold war has come to an end. As a result, new risks were taken to build and influence a new world, whether it would be new perceptions, leaders or ideas. In “President Ronald Reagan’s Successful Strategy of Negotiating from Strength,” John Lewis Gaddis argues President Ronald Reagan’s leadership skills brought the Cold War to an end, but he fails to realize that the end of the Cold War is forced by the economic issues of the time, domestic politics and the rise of nationalism.
liberties, and possibly even the American way of life. Reagan’s efforts have sent America soaring, becoming a leading world power, militaristically, economically, and governmentally. President Ronald Reagan is, by every measure, the most influential person in history because of his impact on ending the Cold War, leaving America as the sole world superpower, creating a global economic boom lasting even until today, and his contribution toward anti-communist efforts. (The Reagan Administration; “New”)
suburbanites and migrants to...social welfare spending.” He was also very straightforward in his policies and plans. “The emerging Republican coalition was joined by a large and electorally key group of former Democrats that had been gradually moving toward the Republican Party…”10 Reagan also attracted the blue-collar Catholics. “Some observers saw these voters, which many called “Reagan Democrats,” as coming from..." During his first year in office, he programs and plans to roll back the expanded liberal
The investigation assesses the relevance of Mikhail Gorbachev’s actions in avoiding further conflict between the USA and the USSR from 1985 to 1988. This is interesting as it is arguable by many whether Gorbachev was relevant in essentially ceasing tensions between the superpowers, or if it was in fact Ronald Reagan who influenced this situation. This specific scope was chosen due to the implementations of Perestroika, Glasnost, and the four summits between the USA and the USSR from 1985 to 1988