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Khrushchev was the leader of the Soviets after the death of Stalin and a short struggle for power with Malentov He was thought to be a man the Americans could try to approach because he used a great number of methods to try to reduce the tension between the USSR and the US These methods included proposing summit meetings destalinization proposing peaceful co-existence halting the testing of nuclear devices However the success of Sputnik made the Americans once again paranoid and afraid of the Soviets Did Khrushchev really succeed in the deacutetente between the Soviets and the US and to what extent did he success Politically during Khrushchevs secret speech at the Twentieth Congress of the CPSU in 1956 he openly attacked Stalin Stalin using his unlimited power allowed himself many abuses acting in the name of the Central Committee not asking for the opinion of the Committee members nor even the members of the Politburo or even inform themStalin for a long time did not direct the military operations and ceased to do anything whatever when he returned to active leadership the nervousness and hysteria which Stalin demonstrated interfering with actual military operations caused our Army serious damage All the more monstrous are the acts whose initiator was Stalin Basically he called Stalin a murderer and a tyrant Khrushchev then started to de-stalinize Russia Stalin was viewed by some people as a man to be feared and the origin of the tensions Therefore due to Khrushchevs destalinization the West said that Khrushchev was the one they could talk to and deal with unlike Stalin Without communicating ie talking there would be no way for tension to be reduced Moreover in 1955 Khrushchev went to Yugoslavia and told Tito that there are different roads to communism Yugoslavia in WWII had fought back the Nazi by its own without the help of the Red Army which later on became a very good excuse to
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