The Cuban Missile Crisis

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Explanation: Like what it is said. North Korea can and will be a threat, and we need to keep a close watch on them before it is too late. Everybody needs to be ready. Kim Jong Un looks like an innocent man but behind closed doors, that is where he is most dangerous. He can be planning and preparing an attack that nobody even know.

Topic Sentence: The Cuban missile was a crazy time. It happened some fifty years ago when John F. Kennedy was president. It was when one of U.S. spy plane caught Soviet Union trying to sneak some nuclear missiles into Cuba that was ninety miles off the United States’ coast. Soon enough president Kennedy had to talk to one of their leaders about what are they doing with the missiles and if they do not remove it there will be a war. The Cuban missile crisis happened during the Cold War between the United States of America and the Soviet Union. It was basically a waiting game to see who will make the first move.

Evidence: On October 1962, a U.S. spy plane caught Soviet Union moving nuclear missiles into Cuba. After a week of careful discussion with his advisers, President Kennedy then forced a naval blockade which prevented materials from coming in but it did not work for soviets from operating the missiles that were already there. That is where President Kennedy was really worried about, so the second week came by. That is also where when Kennedy and soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev stood, just eye balling each other to where both of them was not even backing down. On October 27, it was the day of the decision and thanks to Kennedy’s secret tapes and careful discussions. Khrushchev did a final pledge not to invade Cuba in exchange for the withdraw of soviet missiles. Although it is just a distant memory ...

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...t said, Iran can really be a threat to us with their nuclear weapons if they are thinking about using it or testing it.

Topic Sentence: today nuclear weapons are more dangerous than it ever was. Why? Because of the rapid increase of global terrorist threats and countries that are building nuclear weapons without anybody knowing. Like Pakistan, they have at least fifty known nuclear weapons and are threatened by al Qaeda terrorists that they promise. If they ever get their hands on any of the nuclear weapons, they will not think twice about using it. Nuclear weapons are really a weapon of mass destruction. It can be poisonous to air, soil, water, and it can go across national boundaries. The only known countries that have them are China, France, India, Pakistan, Russia, United States, and United Kingdom. If these nuclear weapons are tested, it can lead to a global
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