The Post-Stalin Thaw and the bid for peaceful co-existence

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De-Stalinisation
The process, begun by the Soviet leadership in 1953, of moving away from Stalin's policies.
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Peaceful Co-Existence
Soviet doctrine that was put forward in the 1950s, which argued that peaceful relations between socialist and capitalist nations were possible.
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Brinkmanship
Getting 'to the verge [of war] without getting into war. -Dulles
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SEATO
Alliance of Western powers (USA, Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand) and their allies (Pakistan, The Philippines and Thailand) that attempted to prevent the spread of communism in South-East Asia.
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FDR
Federal Republic of Germany (West)
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GDR
German Democratic Republic (East)
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Soviet doctrine that was put forward in the 1950s, which argued that peaceful relations between socialist and capitalist nations were possible.

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Peaceful Co-Existence

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Getting 'to the verge [of war] without getting into war. -Dulles

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Alliance of Western powers (USA, Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand) and their allies (Pakistan, The Philippines and Thailand) that attempted to prevent the spread of communism in South-East Asia.

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Federal Republic of Germany (West)

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