السياسة البريطانية تجاه الاتحاد السوفيتي خلال أزمة برلين تشرين الثاني 1958- آذار 1959

  • أ.م.د. محمود شاكر حميد

Abstract

This article attempts to highlight the trajectory of British policy toward the Soviet Union by ending the Berlin crisis through negotiations instead of resorting to the use of military force from the beginning of the crisis in the first phase of November 1958 to March 1959. The British policy aimed to calm down The situation and not take root of the crisis only through an international conference. Therefore, the article sought to explain the crucial importance of British policy in defusing the crisis and bringing the poles of the so-called Cold War closer together. British diplomacy succeeded in agreeing to hold a summit conference attended by the leaders of the four countries concerned with the German question (the United States, Britain, France and the Soviet Union) preceded by a conference of foreign ministers to discuss the end of the Berlin crisis.    

Published
2021-04-04
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