Primary approaches to address are Containment - the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan.
Different perspectives which are not "strategies" but rather could be mulled over are: Truman's hard-line approach toward the USSR; his exclusion at Potsdam of advising Stalin about the nuclear bomb and the dropping of it at Hiroshima and Nagasaki; the German Question; the Berlin Airlift and NATO.
Soviets refuse to uphold Declaration of Liberated Europe –
Agreement to allow European governments to choose their own governments. • Soviet troops stationed in various East European countries •
Poland, Romania, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, and East Germany become Communist satellite nations.
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• Marshall Plan – Proposed by General George Marshall to rebuild Europe after WW II and rebuild European economies.
• Long term effect of Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan –
Stabilised democracy in Greece – Solidified US commitment to resist Communism worldwide!
The Truman Doctrine changed or developed US foreign policy until the end of the cold war.
During the course of the cold war, many polcies were enacted such as the Berlin Airlift, trying to give food and supplies to Berlin by Air for East Germany due to political tension between USSR and the US.
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization was also established. It was one of first mutual defense alliances implemented. To counter NATO, the Soviet Union established the Warsaw Pact, which is the alliance of communist countries.
On the fourth of April, 1949, the Washington Treaty was marked by twelve countries, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg,
The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Different nations joined later-Greece and Turkey in 1952;
The Federal Republic of Germany, 1955; Spain