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- Chiang Kai-shek : A Chinese revolutionary and Leader of the Republic of China and Kuomintang from 1928 until his death in 1975.
- Comintern : Also known as the Third International or the Communist International, a world Communist organization, under effective Soviet control, which existed from 1919 to 1943
- Committee for State Security : Usually known as the KGB, one of Organs of State Security of the Soviet Union, with extensive responsibilities in intelligence (information gathering), border security, counterintelligence and suppression of dissent; split up in the Russian Federation with counterintelligence in the FSB and foreign intelligence in the SVR
- Communism : A political ideology, and also a system of government, according to which the means of production (including all large business concerns) should be controlled by the government.
- Dean Acheson : An American diplomat (1893-1971) primarily responsible for shaping foreign policy during the Truman administration and early Cold War.
- Denazification : Policies and procedures for extirpating Nazi influence from German after the Second World War
- EBSCO : Privately-held American corporation that manufactures various products (such as fishing lures) and is best known for electronic publishing for libraries.
- Extrajudicial detention : The policy and practice of holding prisoners captive without judicial authority to do so, or without a recognized authority under international law, such capture of prisoners of war
- Franklin D. Roosevelt : (January 30, 1882 – April 12, 1945), often called FDR, the President of the United States 1933 to 1945.
- Félix d'Hérelle : (1873 – 1949) - A French-Canadian bacteriologist, and the discoverer of bacteriophages.
- Harry Hopkins : Add brief definition or description
- Harry S. Truman : (1884-1972) President of the U.S. from 1945 to 1953.
- Joseph Goebbels : German propaganda minister under Adolf Hitler; Gauleiter of Berlin (1929 - 1945)
- Karl Marx : 19th century philosopher and economist. Creator of a theoretical foundation for Communism.
- Korean War : A modern conflict (1950-1953) fought on the Korean peninsula between the US-led UN forces, and the Communist coalition of North Korea and China.
- League of Nations : International association of countries established in 1919 by the Treaty of Versailles to promote cooperation and achieve international peace and security.
- Manchukuo : Add brief definition or description
- Marshall Plan : A system of American economic aid to Western Europe after World War II that played a major role in the economic recovery, modernization, and unification of Europe.
- Project Muse : A subscription-based academic journals site operated by the Johns Hopkins University Press.
- Russian Revolution of 1917 : Add brief definition or description
- Spanish Civil War : (1936-1939) War between Francisco Franco's Loyalist forces against the leftist Republican government of Spain.
- Sun Tzu : ( 544–496 BC ) Author of The Art of War (Chinese: 兵法), an immensely influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy; one of the earliest realists in foreign policy
- Terrorism : An act, with targets including civilians or civilian infrastructure, intended to create an atmosphere of fear in order to obtain a political objective.
- Torture : The infliction of mental or physical pain, for punishment or as an interrogation technique.
- Winston Churchill : (1874 -1965) WWI Colonial Secretary and First Lord of the Admiralty; Prime Minister of the United Kingdom who led Britain to victory over Nazi Germany in World War II; Nobel Prize in Literature as a historian
- World War II : War between the Allies (most notably the UK, US and Soviet Union) and the Axis (principally Germany and Japan) 1939–1945.