Joint Allied proposals for a NOW
Relationships and issues, 1941–45
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This chapter aims to elucidate that policy process, particularly as it applied to the future of Germany and, by extension, the whole of Europe. It shows how the Allies interacted as they went about this policy-making process. The purpose of this is twofold: first to show that the resulting compromises in effect gave rise to tensions that were to be both creative and negative. Second, the aim is to show how the ideological tensions that became evident prepared the ground for the Cold War confrontation that was to follow Franklin Delano Roosevelt's death in April 1945. The chapter deals with the mechanisms of the new world order (NWO) planning process. The onset of the Cold War heralded the creation of what were essentially two 'NWOs', one under the aegis of the Soviet Union, the other dominated, but not exclusively controlled, by the United States.

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