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What was détente? President Nixon's plan to escalate the Cold War a peace agreement between Egypt and Israel a policy of loosening Cold War tensions President Carter's economic policy
Détente is a policy of loosening Cold War tensions.
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Détente is a policy of loosening Cold War tensions.
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