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HI334/IR350 Midterm Study Guide

by: Linda Perks

HI334/IR350 Midterm Study Guide IR 350/ HI 344

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History of International Relations 1945-Present
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Linda Perks on Monday February 29, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to IR 350/ HI 344 at Boston University taught by Keylor in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 55 views. For similar materials see History of International Relations 1945-Present in International Studies at Boston University.

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HI334/IR350 Midterm Study Guide 1. Marshall Plan (European Recovery Plan) 2. Sphere of Influence in Europe after WW2 3. Yalta Conference 4. Iranian Crisis (1945 to 1946) 5. Iron Curtain Speech (1946) 6. Stalin election speech (1946) 7. Soviet­Turkish Crisis (1945 to 1946) 8. Greek Civil War (1944 to 1949) 9. Truman Doctrine 10. Paris Conference (July 1947) 11. Containment Policy 12. Long telegram 13. Mr. X article by Kennan: “The Sources of Soviet Conduct” (1947) 14. “De­nazification” 15. Divisions of Germany after WW2 and Reunification of Germany (including Zonal Reparations) 16. Nuremberg Trial 17. Potsdam Conference (1945) 18. Currency Reform in 1948 in Germany 19. The Berlin Airlift (1948~1949) 20. The Oder­Nessie Line 21. The Bretton Woods Conference 22. IMF 23. World Bank 24. International Trade Organization (ITO) 25. GATT 26. WTO 27. Treaty of Rome (1957) 28. European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) 29. European Economic Community (EEC) 30. European Free Trade Association (EFTA) 31. EU formation 32. The Maastricht Treaty 33. Organization of European Defense ­ Dunkirk treaty ­ Brussels Treaty ­ The Vandenberg resolution ­ Five Brussels Pact powers 34. NATO 35. Titoism 36. Baruch plan 37. McCarthism 38. Truman Administration Crisis 39. NSC­68 (1950) 40. Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) 41. Eisenhower Doctrine (Talk about Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait) 42. European Defense Community 43. The Pleven Plan 44. Massive Retaliation (document) by the U.S.  45. Sputnik 46. ICBM 47. Khrushchev Secret speech in 1950s 48. Khrushchev Peaceful Coexistence Speech 49. Summit Conference (1955) 50. Open Sky Proposal (1956) 51. Kitchen Debate 52. The Bandung Conference 53. The Kremlin’s Campaign 54. Non­alignment movement (1955­1960s) 55. Anglo­Arab Alliance (1916~1918) 56. The Zionist Movement 57. Balfour Declaration 58. British Mandate  59. PEEL Commission (1937) 60. White Paper (1939) (Britian to Israel) 61. Baltimore Declaration (1942) 62. Legacy of Holocaust 63. Hagannah 64. The U.N. Partition Plan (1947) 65. The Creation of the Jewish State 66. The First Arab­Israeli War (1948~1949) 67. Nasser 68. Suez Canal Crisis  69. Pan­Arabism (Nasserism) 70. Economic Development Plans, 1955 71. King Faisal II 72. Korean War 73. The First Indochina War 74. Geneva Conference 75. CCP vs. KMT 76. Dixie Mission 77. White Paper (Dean Acheson) 78. The Sino­Soviet Alliance 79. Formation of PRC 80. Formation of ROC 81. Taiwan Strait Crisis (1954) 82. Relationship between Beijing and Moscow after WW2 83. Partition of India 84. Supreme Command of Allied Powers (SCAP) (1945) 85. Japan after WW2 (until 1960) 86. Self­Defense Force 87. The Security Treaty Crisis of 1960


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