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CENTER FOR COLD WAR STUDIES, UCSB August 2-7, 2004. Changing Roles from Cold War to Peacekeeping to the War on Terror. NATO. DAY 1.

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Center for cold war studies ucsb august 2 7 2004
CENTER FOR COLD WAR STUDIES, UCSBAugust 2-7, 2004

Changing Roles from Cold War to Peacekeeping to the War on Terror

NATO


Day 1
DAY 1

Start with a review of key terms and events ( “iron curtain”, Marshall Plan, Truman Doctrine, Berlin Airlift )that are necessary to begin a discussion of NATO with a “rousing” game of. . . .


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Welcome to

Who Wants to be an Extra-Credit-aire

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THE COLD WAR

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He coined the metaphor “iron curtain” in describing the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc

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A: George Kennan

B: Winston Churchill

D: Joe Stalin

C: Harry S. Truman


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President Truman was worried about Soviet involvement in

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A: Italy and France

B: Italy and Belgium

C: Italy and Turkey

D: Greece and Turkey


Day 11
DAY 1

PowerPoint : Introduce NATO, why it was created, who was involved, its place in the Cold War.


Day 12
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Map : Cold War Europe – Students will locate “iron curtain” and original NATO members. Discuss ways NATO could act as deterrent to Soviet expansion. Locate “Warsaw Pact” nations


Day 13
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Group Activity : Students assigned parts of the North Atlantic Treaty, 1949 and, in 2-3 sentences, paraphrase the preamble and articles – then discuss.


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Opening : Map Quiz – Students identify “iron curtain” and NATO countries.


Day 21
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PowerPoint : Discuss – What NATO has done post-Cold War, success/failure in Yugo (B-H) as peacekeeper, player in War on Terror (Afghan, Iraq).


Day 22
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Map : Students evaluate new members, how the end of the Cold War changes the “game” for NATO, and look at world map to identify “hot spots” of current or possible NATO involvement.


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Discussion / Cartoon Evaluation : For closure, use political cartoons about NATO’s recent actions to engage class in discussion.


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From NATO action in the former

Yugoslavia – NATO as peacekeeper or

aggressor?