Foreign Policy of Soviet Union (USSR), 1945-1960

  • Liaquat Ali Chandio, Zaheer Hussain Soomro


Foreign policy is plan of action it adopted by one nation in regards to its diplomatic dealings with other countries. It deals Goals, strategies, measures, methods, guide lines, directives and agreements.  In the Soviet Union communist used familiar words and concepts in very unfamiliar way. The communist posed semantic problems but it did not arises during fascist aggression.the Russian leader peter the great   they sought to consolidate and develop the resources,  and adopted same policy for Balkans, Poland, Manchuria and Mongolia for Turkish straits, other side the leaders of Russian based on suspiciousness aloofness for obscurantism, isolationism and mechanism, intolerance, and autocratic, tendencies to control vast land masseses and warm water to face non-communist world. They declared Russian as mother Russia and prime purpose of Russia was to save Russian land and masseses and developed friendly relations with Poland and Baltic States then developed peaceful co-existence.  The other state followed the communist policy and Moscow became the head-center of the world communism, but Soviet Union and china rift divided the communist parties. And policy  divided into  categories . The aim of Soviet Union aim was to change foreign policy and leading them to adopt neutralism policy.After Stalin death, Visas for the USSR became easier to obtain, Many restrictions on travel with in the country modified, Hundreds of foreign national were released from arbitrary imprison, Same soviet born wives of foreigners were allowed to leave the country, any of the annoying restriction on foreign diplomats and correspondents were ended, Official and unofficial delegations and visit by individual foreigners were encouraged, Russian ruler Khrushchev often talked the language of peaceful co-existence and reduction of international tensions.