Opinion: Vietnam and the Absence of Tru…

The Cold War could be considered the Golden Age for Communist states. This was the period of Khrushchev, Castro, Mao Zedong, and Ho Chi Minh, from Latin America to Eastern Europe and the far corners of Southeast Asia. The United States, NATO, and the West in general served to unify Communists around the world. However, in the end, with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the eventual collapse of the Soviet Union, the West and capitalism won out, and with it the decline of communist ideology.

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