To what extent did Détente introduce a new era of co-operation?
After Hungary, Berlin and the Cuban missile crisis the superpowers wanted to reduce international tensions to prevent nuclear war and to cut down military expenditures. But Détente was never amity, only the easing of tensions. The Sino-Soviet split, due to ideological and territorial matters, caused China and the Soviet Union to develop better relationships with America, rather than between each other. Meetings between America and the two communist superpowers China and the Soviet Union occurred, treaties were signed and trade relations improved. In Europe Ostpolitik marked the…
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