(Prof. Stansbury; HIS105):In your five paragraph essay using this Writing Guide, use the Schultz class text and the two other sources provided for the topic.  (You must use those three; and three is the MINIMUM number of sources for this assignment.).  This third assignment also lists five other sources—feel free to draw more sources for your paper from that list of five.   Note, you need to include a list of Sources at the end of your paper (next page below); also you must cite each of those sources in the body of your paper with short in-text citations. Be sure to review the instruction sheet for Assignment 3.  Also, see the help sheet called “Sources and Tips for Assignment 3”.  That help sheet also explains about length and provides other tips.  IntroductionIn your introduction section, complete each step listed in the bullets below. Your answer should be one paragraph in length: Identify the two examples you will discuss—one from the Cold War period (1947–1990); another from the Post-Cold War period (1991-Present). Each example involves a strategic concern and a confrontation. Inform the reader that you will be discussing the history and issues related to your examples as well as comparing the two examples.HISTORY AND ISSUESIn two paragraphs: Describe briefly the background of your example from the Cold War period (1947–1990) of a strategic concern and confrontation. Establish the general time period, key leaders, and any outcome. Then, do the same for your Post-Cold War example (from 1991–Present).COMPARISONIn your comparison paragraph, compare the different historical contexts and strategic concerns and the outcomes. What do you see as the strengths and weakness in each example?CONCLUSIONIn your conclusion paragraph, consider your examples as they illuminate today’s international issues and America’s role in the world. What lessons can we learn from these examples? How do you think we should approach the future strategically?Sources