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Did the Cold War End?
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This alliance between Western, industrialized nations had a Cold War strategy which prepared for a full-fledged war between Western nations and the Soviet Union. After the Cold War ended, NATO remained to guarantee security and stability for the Western nations' own mutual interests. With the official end of the Cold War, NATO was supposed to have disbanded but instead was enlarged by the U.S. This decision to not disband NATO but maintain such global alliance is an example of how the Cold War definitively ended, but even this event did not deter Western nations from keeping such union with one another.
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