International relations 1945-2004 Chapter 5

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Who was the president who saw Sino-American relations as an advantage?
Richard Nixon
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What vegetable is used in the name of the diplomatic approach to China?
Artichoke
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When did the USA relax trade restrictions with China?
1969
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Who gained victory over those opposed to Sino-American relations?
Zhou Enlai
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When was the 31st World Table Tennis championship?
April 1971
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What did Nixon declare at the end of 1971?
"This was the week that changed the world"
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Which Doctrine stated W Germany would not recognise E Germany?
Hallstein Doctrine
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When was Brandt appointed Chancellor of W Germany?
1969
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What was recognised with Poland in December 1970?
Oder-Neisse Border
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When did the two Germanies formally recognise eachother?
December 1972
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When was the Berlin Agreement?
September 1971
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When did the UK open relations with the GDR?
February 1973
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What was signed on 21st December 1972?
Basic Treaty
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What was the formal name for the conference that discussed the Helsinki Accords 1973-1975?
CSCE
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Which was the only European state to not participate in the Helsinki Accords?
Albania
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How many missile fields were the Superpowers limited to under the ABM Treaty?
Two
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When were the SALT negotiations finalised?
May 1972
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How long was the SALT treaty valid for?
5 years
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How many ICBMs could the Soviet Union hold?
1,618
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Who was the Soviet leader during SALT?
Leonid Brezhnev
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How many 'Basic Principles' were there?
12
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When was the Agreement on the Prevention of Nuclear War?
1973
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What stopped progress on SALT II in 1974?
Disagreement on MIRV levels
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What happened in November 1974?
Vladivostok Accord
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In brief, what was the Watergate scandal about?
Spying
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When did Jimmy Carter become President?
1977
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What range Cruise missile did Carter want banned?
>2,500km
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Who was Soviet Foreign Minister during the Carter administration?
Andrei Gromyko
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When was the 'China Card' played?
1978
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Why was the 'China Card' implemented?
To counter Soviet + Cuban activities in Africa
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Where was the Summit concerning SALT II to be held?
Vienna
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When was the SALT II announced?
May 1979
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