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In March 1953 Kruschev became a new leader of Russia after Stalins death Many western powers hoped that he would start a thaw in the Cold war In 1955 July 10 years after Potsdam conference the leaders of US and USSR met in the summit Unlike Stalins foreign policy Kruchevs foreign policy opened up to western powers and the western powers were able to talk to the leader of USSR directly Also Kruschev himself was willing to talk to western powers and tried to get things done reducing the tension would be one of them So Kruschev and the leader of western powers met often and they were able to share their thoughts Therefore Kruschevs opened up foreign policy has start a thaw in the Cold War and has reduced the tension Kruschev tried to improve relations in order to reduce the tension In 1956 Kruschev asserted You do not like Communism We do not like Capitalism There is only one way out - peaceful co-existence The peaceful co-existence was one of the most effective way by which Kruschev reduced the tension In 1955 February USSR signed a peace treaty with Austria giving Austria freedom as long as it stays neutral then Kruschev went to Yugoslavia and made peace with Tito Also whenever he had a meeting with US he always demanded neutral unified Germany 1957 DEC 1958 JAN When the western power saw why Kruschev was doing they thought that peaceful co-existence was working and it would end the Cold War Therefore Kruschev has reduced the tension by improving the relations with countries Kruschev tried to stop the arms race which was making the tensions grow In 1957 December Kruschev proposed banning of all nuclear missiles in Poland Czechoslovakia East and West Germany 1958 9th of January when Kruschev asked US for summit level talks to stop the arms race it was rejected by US On March 31 1958 USSR unilaterally stops
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