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Should the Cold War be considered a war?
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There was no formal declaration of war during the Cold War

Neither the Soviet Union nor the United States ever declared war on the other nation during this period of ideological conflict with one another. Without an outright declaration of war, there could not ever have been a legitimate war of any sort that took place between the Soviet Union and United States.
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