Describe how American Cold War policies and practices influenced international relations from the late 1940s to the mid-1950s?



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The late 1940s to the early 1950s was a time when US-Soviet relations deteriorated rapidly. While Roosevelt believed that Soviet-occupied territories would be allowed to determine their own fate with free elections, Truman's suspicions quickly became true as most of East Europe fell behind the "Iron Curtain" by 1947.

American Cold War policies were meant to give aid to those nations fighting Communism, financially and militarily. This was the major focus of American international relations in that period.

After Korea War and Stalin's death in 1953, gradually there was an acceptance on both sides of a status quo.
Answered by: dvrh - 69 Months Ago.
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American Cold War policies was focused on the containment of communism, to prevent the aggresive expansion of Soviet-sponsored communism.

Witth that in mind, American International Relations were focused more on assisting stable governments, rather than democratic governments. This support was provided militarily with bases and naval presence everywhere, and also economically through the Marshall Plan for Western Europe and the rebuilding of Japan.
Answered by: sherwin - 66 Months Ago.
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