How far did 'peaceful co-existance' ease Cold War tensions between the Soviet Union and the USA in the years 1953-61?

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  • How far did 'peaceful co-existance' ease Cold War tensions between the Soviet Union and the USA in the years 1953-61?
    • Eisenhower presidency Jan 20 1953
    • Stalin's death Mar 1953
    • End of Korean War July 1953
    • W. Germany enters NATO May 5 1955
    • Warsaw Pact May 14 1955
    • Austria Treaty May 15 1955
    • Geneva Summit Jul 1955
    • Secret Speech Feb 1956
      • Destalinization
        • Poland  Jun 1956
        • Hungary  Oct 1956
    • Suez Crisis Oct 1956
    • Eisenhower Doctrine Jan 1957
      • Communist containment
    • "Massive Retaliation" Jan 12 1954
    • Berlin Ultimatum Nov 1958
      • Led to Wall Aug 13 1961
    • Camp David  Sept 1959
    • Paris Conference May 1960
    • Vienna June 1961
    • JFK presidency Jan 20 1961
    • U2 incident May 1 1960
    • Communist Cuba Jan 1959
    • Sputnik launched Oct 1957
      • First man in space Apr 12 1961
    • Arms Race

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