By Sharon M. Hanes, Richard C. Hanes
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In the late 1960s, Brandt introduced a new policy called Ostopolitik, which recognized East Germany and territorial changes that occurred at the conclusion of World War II, including the new boundaries of Poland. Brandt signed nonaggression agreements with the Soviet Union and Poland in 1970. He also recognized the territorial gains the Soviet Union had made in Willy Brandt. Reproduced by permission of Getty Images. Eastern Europe during World War II. Later agreements would ease travel restrictions between East and West Germany.
March 26, 1989 Open elections are held for the new Soviet Congress of People’s Deputies, with the communists suffering major defeats; Boris Yeltsin wins the Moscow seat. May 11, 1989 Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev announces major reductions of nuclear forces in Eastern Europe. June 3–4, 1989 Chinese communist leaders order a military crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations in Tiananmen Square, leading to many deaths. June 4, 1989 The first Polish free elections lead to major victory by Solidarity.
When North Korean forces invaded South Korea on June 25, 1950, Acheson instantly became President Harry Truman’s key war advisor. That same day, he went before an emergency session of the United Nations (UN) Security Council to obtain resolutions condemning the attack and calling for a military response. The United States would spearhead the war effort with the assistance of several other nations. Acheson was lucky: Because the Soviet Union was boycotting the UN at the time (protesting the organization’s exclusion of the People’s Republic of China), Soviet representatives were not present to veto the resolutions.
Cold War Reference Library Volume 3 Biographies Volume 1 A-J by Sharon M. Hanes, Richard C. Hanes