Khruschev- Schemer of Hare-Brained Ideas or reducer of Cold War tension?
In March 1953, Kruschev became a new leader of Russia after Stalin's death. Many western powers hoped that he would start a 'thaw' in the Cold war. In 1955 July, 10 years after Potsdam conference, the leaders of US and USSR met in the summit. Unlike Stalin's foreign policy, Kruchev's foreign policy opened up to western powers and the western powers were able to talk to the leader of USSR directly. Also, Kruschev himself was willing to talk to western powers and tried to get things done, reducing the tension would be one of them. So, Kruschev and the leader of western powers met often and t…
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