When Stalin died, it seemed a new era was beginning between East and West. The new Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev advocated a peaceful co-existence - so did relations improve between East and West?
Who became the leader of the USSR after the death of Stalin?
What did he say was the only way to avoid "the most destructive war in history"?
"Different roads to communism"
What was "destalinisation"?
Open criticism of Stalin
Open criticism of communism
Open criticism of the Iron Curtain
What was an example of the arms-race?
What was the Warsaw Pact?
A Treaty of Human Rights
A military alliance of communist-bloc countries
A plan to end world hunger
Where did the US deploy more NATO troops?
What is a "clash of ideologies"?
Confrontation between two sides that each believe their way of life is right
A propaganda war involving competition in arms, space and sport
Fighting "at arms length" - supporting different sides in other people's wars
Who was the first man to be sent into orbit?
How did Senator McCarthy's witch-hunts attack communism in America?
What is a U2?
A US government plan to roll back communism
A Russian space capsule
A spy plane