The Fall of Khrushchev Cause and Effect Essay

The Fall of Khrushchev
A look into causes of Khrushchev's fall from power.
# 4215 | 825 words | 3 sources | 2001 | US

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This paper explains how the fall of Khrushchev was caused by the failure of his foreign policy in China, and not by domestic factors.

From the paper:

"Nikita Khrushchev's fall from power came, not as a result of domestic factors, but because of the failure in his China policy. After Stalin's death, Mao Zedong had, once again, attempted to move China away from the control of Moscow. To gain domination over China again, Khrushchev planned to use the war in Vietnam in the same way Stalin had used the Korean War: to bring China into conflict with the United States, thus forcing China into the Soviet camp."

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