A critical analysis into the extent to which Khrushchev helped diffuse the Cold War between 1953- 1960.
Nikita Khrushchev became the leader of the USSR after the death of Stalin in 1953, but he had a very different style of leadership compare to Stalin's on international political views. He believed in Peaceful Coexistence and more relaxed atmosphere in communist states through Destalinisation. Even though partly it was successful, but it also brought reformers in Czechoslovakia, East Germany and Hungary between 1953 to 1960.
Peaceful Coexistence was introduced by Khrushchev in late 1950's. This policy meant to accept the existence of both capitalism and communist, rather than use force to…
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