Evaluate the ways in which Khrushchev tried to ease the tension after the Hungarian revolution.
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Khrushchev had made three attempts to ease the tension after the Hungarian revolution. All of them had the same basis: nuclear weapons. Firstly, in December 1957 Khrushchev proposed banning all nuclear missiles from Poland, Czechoslovakia and Germany. Then on January 9th 1958 Khrushchev proposed summit level talks with Eisenhower on creating a nuclear free central Europe and limiting bomb tests, which Eisenhower rejected. Then on March 31 1958 the USSR unilaterally halted nuclear testing.
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