Asked by Connor Scesa on Mar 10, 2024



The Cold War refers to a conflict between the United States and its democratic allies, and which set of countries?

A) The "Asian Tigers"
B) The Axis powers of Germany, Italy, and Japan
C) The Soviet Union and communist-allied countries
D) South America and leftist guerrillas
E) The European Union

Democratic Allies

Nations or groups that share and support democratic values and principles, often working together on international issues.

Soviet Union

A former federative socialist state in Eurasia that existed from 1922 to 1991, known officially as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).


Referring to entities, organizations, or countries that are aligned with or support Communist ideologies or parties.

  • Comprehend the spatial and conceptual frameworks of the Cold War.

Verified Answer

Temiloluwa Popoola

Mar 10, 2024

Final Answer :
Explanation :
The Cold War was a conflict primarily between the United States and its democratic allies and the Soviet Union and communist-allied countries. It was characterized by political tension, military buildup, proxy wars, and a nuclear arms race between the two superpowers. The Asian Tigers, European Union, South America, and leftist guerrillas were not directly involved in the Cold War. The Axis powers of Germany, Italy, and Japan were adversaries of the United States and its allies during World War II, but the Cold War period followed afterward.