Old War,Detente and the Renewal of Tension

The Cold War is long over, and the situation in Russia and relations with Eastern European nations, Wester Europe and US are profoundly different now. However,Russias economy,domestic politics and foreign policy continue to be uncertain and problematic. Discuss the statement including:
1.Changes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe between 1985-1991. Including Perestroika,Glasnost,the collapse of the communist party and the fragmentation of the USSR in your discussion.
2.The Velvet Revolutionsof 1989 in the Eastern European nations.
3.The impact of these changes on Russias relationships with the US and Europe.
Also, discuss the present situation in Russia and the Eastern European nations,referring to the following.
1.Major problems facing Russia today
2.The current status of Russian/ US relations.
Use following terms and define them in your essay: Glasnost, Perestroika, Velvet Revolutions,Gorbachaev, Yeltsin, INF Treaty, Chernobyl,Baltic Republics, Chechnya, European Union,

Old War,Detente and the Renewal of Tension

The struggle between the U.S. and Soviet Union-the cold war-was the central conflict of post World War II international relations. Discuss Cold War,Detente I, and the renewal of tension including:
1.The emergence of a bipolar world, the evolution of the Cold War, and the major elements of US policy (politically and military) this period.
2.The emergence of Detente II and US policy during this period.
3.The renewal of tension between the soviet union and US after 1978. (what trigger renewal of tension)
Use and explain each terms in the essay:(use terms like an examples and define them): Containment, Cold War, Massive Retaliation, Truman Doctrine, First Strike Capacity, Nuclear Superiority, NATO, CENTO, SEATO,SALT I, SALT II,START,Nixon Doctrine, ICBM,ABMS,SDI,Afghanistan,Iran,Brezhnev Doctrine.

Also, talk about one of the potential Hot spotsin the Cold War.(the Korean War, the Cuban Missile Crisis or the Vietnam WarExplain it:
1.The event and its background
2.How it illustrates US foreign policy during the Cold War era
3.Consequence of this event.