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the state of tension between nations without armed conflict was know by having the handbook. the intentional relation was founded lately during 2001 for all of the countries out there

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What is war without direct military conflict?

Technically, "Peace". But you're probably looking for the term "cold war", which was actually an arms race between two sets of atomic weapon armed nations; which never fought each other with their military forces (there never was a WWIII). You really cannot use the term "cold war" to describe any "war without direct military conflict" because then all peaceful times thru out history could be called "cold wars." This particular cold war (1945-1990) was strictly between the nuclear armed communist nations and the free world, led by the US.

What was article X in the fourteen points?

article 10 was that if a conflict did ever arise that threaten a country under the control of the League of Nations( now known as the United Nations) that all countries would collaborate together to solve the conflict without causing a war, which is everyone gangs up on the little kid that thinks he is tough and then gets crossed out of the equation

What are some famous quotes from Hieki Tojo?

"Justice has nothing to do with victor nations and vanquished nations, but must be a moral standard that all the world's peoples can agree to. To seek this and to achieve it - that is true civilization." "It goes without saying that when survival is threatened, struggles erupt between peoples, and unfortunate wars between nations result. "

What statement is true regarding the cause of the Cold War?

The U.S. and the U.S.S.R. were involved in a conflict between communism and capitalism. It was an ideological conflict without any direct interaction between the countries. It was also a "war" based solely on fears, propaganda, and posturing.

The term detente refers to?

The detente refers to a phase of the Cold War during which the tension between the US and the USSR relaxed,but without a definite settlement. It took place during 1968 to 1979.

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The state of tension between nations without armed conflict between the main rivals was known as the?

The Cold War

Why are a character's inner thoughts and conflicts important to a plot?

They can make the story exciting even without a lot of action

Authors often build tension by a conflict without revealing exactly what it is or how it will be resolved?

hinting it

State of tension and hostility without armed conflict?

Cold War. Jessie Andrews.

What is the most important characteristic in any story conflict progress oddity unusualness?

In my opinion it would be the conflict - without a good conflict and tension, the story is boring.

Where do you put a conflict in a narrative?

Conflict should be all through the story until the climax. Without some kind of tension, the story's boring.

Why is conflict a crucial element of all plots?

Conflict is an important because its the problem and without the problem there is no story.

What is an unexpected decreases of tension in a story that often ends the plot without resolving the central conflict?

Anticlimax apex

What is an unexpected decrease of tension in a story that often ends the plot without resolving the central conflict?

Anticlimax apex

What does the conflict do in the plot of a story?

Characters are the people in your story - whether they're human people or not. Conflict is anything that hinders your characters from attaining their goals. Plot is just what happens in the story. Without a good conflict, your characters have nothing to do, and there's not a good plot for your story.

What does anti-climatic mean in literature?

An unexpected decrease of tension that often ends the plot without resolving the central conflict

What is the difference between cold war and proxy war-?

A Cold War is a war without open military conflict between two or more nations which includes spying, sabotage, and economic and political brinksmanship designed to bring the opposing nation(s) to submission or failure. A Proxy War is a war where the nations in military conflict are being directly and often primarily funded by greater nations who are often in a cold war against each other. This allows for military conquest without the need to send one's own troops into battle. The US and the USSR used this strategy in nations around the world during their cold war. This was done most notably in South and Central America and The Middle East.