At the coming end of the Second World War, there was much distrust between the United States and the Soviet Union. Throughout most of WWII, the U.S. and the Soviet Union had made an alliance. The foundation of this alliance relied on a common goal of each country: to defeat the Germans. (This was decided in1943 at the Tehran Conference that consisted of Great Britain, France, the U.S., and the Soviet Union). However,
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willing to go in order to meet their goals of expansion and containment. It also showed how the war between the two countries never actually resulted in direct contact with one and other. In conclusion it exemplified that the Cold War could not provide a permanent settlement to the Second World War. This lead to a very long ongoing struggle between the two countries lasted almost four decades and it ended in little international change.