The options of the question should be, A) collaborative. B) competitive. C) complacent. D) cooperative
The correct answer is B) competitive.
The best term that describes the relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War is “competitive.”
After World War II and during the Cold War, the relationship between both nations was tense all the time. The Soviet Union wanted to spread Communism in Europe and in different countries and the U.S. tried to impede it. Both countries had special intelligence agencies to provide information through spies, competed each other in many issues like in the space race, and the confrontation reached a critical moment with the Cuban Missiles crises of October 1962.
Their relationship was considered competitive and even more than competitive it was sometimes tense.
the answer is b
The Cold War is an era in international relations in recent history in which to rival superpowers confronted each other in a global fight for influence and hegemony, each representing opposed social, economic and political systems and worldviews. The United States defended
Western democratic values and institutions, and the ideology of capitalism and free markets. The Soviet Union had the goal to spread communism, it represented a system based on state property and a command economy, and the exclusive rule of the workers´vanguard, the Communist Party.
The correct answer is competitive.
The Cold War was a period of economic, political and military tension between the US and the USSR from 1945 to 1991. This period of tension was characterized by constant competition between these two superpowers for world dominance. During this period, for example, there was an arms race as both superpowers competed to have more and more lethal weapons than the other. There was also a space race, which referred to the rivalry between the US and the USSR in space programs. This rivalry was even evident in sport, especially in competitions such as the Olympics.
There was ideological difference, in USSR people hated US, and people from US had some another ideas, there were in neutral position, now there is not USSR
This is because the US and the Soviet Union were against each other in the Cold War.
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