Confrontation and cooperation 1963-72 part 2

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Why did the US extend the Vietnam war to Laos?
To break Ho Chi Minh trails
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When did the US invade Laos?
1971
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What did the invasion of Laos show?
Limited chance of the ARVN defeating the North Vietnamese
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Which is NOT a reason for improved Sino-American relations from 1968?
The US needed military aid in Vietnam
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When did Paris Peace talks begin?
1968
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When was the Washington-Moscow Hotline set up?
1963
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When was the Moscow Test ban Treaty?
1963
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What did the Moscow Test Ban treaty show?
US, USSR, UK understood nuclear war was a danger
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What was agreed in the Moscow Test Ban Treaty?
Banned above-ground, underwater and outerspace nuclear tests
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When was the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty?
1968
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What did the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty mean?
States would not share nuclear technologies
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Which is NOT a reason for treaty's over nuclear weapons between 1963-72?
The US wanted to make an alliance with the USSR
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When was the Prague Spring?
1968
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Who was placed as communist party leader in Czechoslovakia 1968?
Dubcek
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What did Dubcek introduce in Czechoslovakia?
Action Programme
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When did the USSR invade Czechoslovakia?
1968
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When was the Brezhnev Doctrine?
1968
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What was the Brezhnev Doctrine?
Called on communist states to intervene to protect communism
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