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Despite an improvement in relationships
a number of different crises developed.
These crises served two major purposes;
1: To show the superficial nature of
"improved" relations
2: To highlight the need for some form
of rules by which conflict should take
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The Hungarian
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Change In Policy
Calls for Liberation were encouraged
by Khrushchev's policy of
Significance destalinisation.
Showed the vulnerability of the Soviet
sphere of influence, which had been built Also demonstrated the impact that
up after WWII changes within Russia could have on
satellite states
This resulted in the appointment of Imre
Nagy as head of the Hungarian government…read more

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Though there was some degree of
liberalisation within Hungary, there were
limitations to "independence"
Soviet Response To Calls For A Reform
Invade Hungary and restore a government of its own
(Nagy was replaced by the more conservative János
Kádár)…read more

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These actions showed a
willingness on the part of
the USSR to maintain a
tight hold over its sphere
of influence in eastern
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