America, Great Britain and the USSR have been working together as members of the Grand Alliance as an attempt to defeat Nazi Germany. Although they were working together, their relationships weren’t always friendly and there was many disagreements which is part of the reason the Grand Alliance broke down. America and Great Britain were Capitalists countries where as the USSR was a Communist country so there was disputes between all of the superpowers. The USA is to blame for the breakdown of the Grand Alliance for many reasons. After Roosevelt died Truman became the American president.
During this CIA and mafia plan and execute many plots of taking out Castro without JFK’s approval and none other than Santo, Carlos and Johnny were responsible. This is was a win-win situation as the US were getting closer in achieving their goal of removing communism from Cuba and the mafia were making money from the gambling and drugs. By July 1963 6 mob associates infiltrate the plan, and the CIA have no idea that their mafia collaborators are now players in the president’s plan. But the mafia realizes that it is in prime position for something that no one dared to consider before. Under the protection of the CIA in the shadows of a secret plan, a presidential assassination plot is born.
On May 11, 1973 Senator Proxmire, Vice President Agnew, and a few others have criticized the press about the allegations made about the Watergate scandals. One journalist in particular was accused of false accusations, Mr. John Dean. Mr. Dean reported about the Watergate scandals calling it was a cover up and president Nixon knew about what was going on. Most newspaper editorials backed up Dean saying that journalist’s job is to report the whole story and not just half of the story. Allegations acquired saying that Dean planned it all, it was a self-serving tale and that Dean wanted minimal criminal charges and maximum leverage in immunity (Jones & Company,
One of our Army generals, Alexander, said this program threatened 54 terrorist attacks but all in reality it only stopped one. The people in congress do not want to look soft on terrorism so they say nothing about all these underhanded tactics. So the government has been spying on us for many years and not telling us one thing about it. This is treading on our civil liberties while we just sit back and let it happen. (Hedges and Binney on NSA Policy) (The NSA PRISM Surveillance Program in One Minute) (Cooley Law School Patriot Act
He was against the option of war with Iran or any use of force by the British and let them know that. The American attitude toward a coup dramatically changed after the 1952 election where, “within days of the election, a senior agent of the Secret Intelligence Service, Christopher Montaugue Woodhouse, came to Washington for meetings with top CIA and State Department officials. Woodhouse shrewdly decided not to make the traditional British argument, which was that Mossadegh must go because he had nationalized British property. That argument did not arouse much passion in Washington. Woodhouse knew what would.” In All The Shahs Men: An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror by Stephen Kinzer (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., , Hoboken, N.J., 2003, 2006) Woodhouse later wrote of the issue as “not wishing to be accused of trying to use the Americans to pull British chestnuts out of the fire I decided to emphasize the Communist threat to Iran rather than the need to recover control of the oil
Soon after, a man, John Dean was subpoenaed and was to testify. Dean did not approve of President Nixon’s actions and admitted that he even discussed cover-up of the scandal with him. The Senate Watergate committee had been notified by Alexander Butterfield that there were taping devices in the Oval room in the White House (U-S-history.com). The Senate finally got their lead on the real evidence of what could solve the scandal, but the President refused to hand over the
Obama said Pakistan had provided some information leading to the raid. Critics have long accused elements of Pakistan's security establishment of protecting bin Laden, though Islamabad has always denied this. Ties between the U.S. and Pakistan have reached a low point in recent months over the future of Afghanistan, and any hint of possible Pakistani collusion with bin Laden could have major reverberations. Pakistan's foreign ministry said the death of bin Laden shows the resolve of that country and the world to battle terrorism — a resolve that has been frequently questioned by U.S. officials over the past decade. Pakistan's first official statement about the operation acknowledged that the raid was a U.S. operation but did not elaborate.
A few days after the break-in, he arranged to provide hundreds of thousands of dollars to the burglars, so they would be quiet. Then, he and his committee told the CIA to slow down the FBI’s investigation of the Watergate scandal. Some Americans thought the cover up was a worse crime than the initial break in. President Nixon was seen as abusing his presidential power. Seven conspirators were indicted on charges related to the Watergate affair.
Carter's foreign policy was a weird mixture of Nixon's real politik and McGovern's naive idealism. Constant brawls between Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski blocked any attempts to restore confidence in American diplomacy at home and abroad. Although Carter managed to force Egypt and Israel to sign a peace treaty in the last year of his presidency, the Middle East still remained a highly fragile region. Criticized for his indecisiveness while president, citizen Carter reinvented himself as a vigorous human rights fighter. Soon after leaving the White House, he established the Carter Center which played a major role in many humanitarian actions, such as numerous missions to Latin America and Africa.
The problem of the conflict is merely one of interpretation resulting from the overall situation containing even more fundamental and more complex elements. The Court could not examine the American Application derived from its proper context which was mainly from the political dossier of the relations between Iran and the United States from the previous 25 years. (Slomanson)The dossier included all the crimes that were perpetrated in Iran by the American Government, most particular in 1953 that was carried out by the CIA, the overthrow of the lawful national government of Dr. Mossadegh, the restoration of the Shah and his regime (which was under the control of the American interests) and all of the social, economic,