The domino theory was a theory prominent from the 1950s to the 1980s, that
speculated that if one country in a region came under the influence of
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On this day in History, Eisenhower gives famous “domino theory” speech on Apr
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The basis of the domino theory came from the Korean War because the United
States learned that communism was becoming more of a threat in other countries
Introduction. The Cold War “containment" notion was born of the Domino Theory,
which held that if one country fell under communist influence or control, ...
The Domino Theory - the idea communism was an aggressive force spreading
from one nation to the next - shaped Western foreign policy during the Cold War.
Domino theory definition, a theory that if one country is taken over by an
expansionist, especially Communist, neighbor, party, or the like, the nearby
nations will ...
May 7, 2011 ... The domino theory was the basis for the United States strategy of containment,
and the reason for entering the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War ...
Feb 6, 2009 ... Domino theory, also called Domino Effect, theory in U.S. foreign policy after
World War II stating that the “fall” of a noncommunist state to ...
Dec 3, 2013 ... Domino Theory came from the notion of “containment” that governed American
foreign policy from late 1940s until 1980s. It was basically said ...