Outlining the situation in the Middle East, President Eisenhower addresses Congress with an emphasis to curb Soviet physical and ideological penetration of the Middle East. In the context of the Cold War, Washington confronts the prospects of Soviet aggression in the region, a similar motive that prompts Harry Truman to issue his doctrine a decade earlier. (source)
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