> > Which term refers to the conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union where no "hot," or shooting, war ever broke out between the two countries?

Which term refers to the conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union where no "hot," or shooting, war ever broke out between the two countries?

(Points : 2) the Iron Curtain the Cold War the U.S.-Soviet Exchange...

119 Views

Which term refers to the conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union where no "hot," or shooting, war ever broke out between the two countries?

(Points : 2) the Iron Curtain the Cold War the U.S.-Soviet Exchange the Third World Divide

Answer

The terms that refers to the conflict bwteen the United States and the Soviet Union in which no "hot" war happened (shooting) is "Cold War".
"Cold War" is technically a general term, but is almost universally used to apply to the specific conflict between the US and Russia.

To see more answers head over to College Study Guides
Virtual Teaching Assistant: Colleen R.
Question Level: Basic
Karma: Free
Upload Date: 5/31/2017

This 43 words question was answered by Colleen R. on StudySoup on 5/31/2017. The question contains content related to History Since its upload, it has received 119 views.

Recommended Questions