Soviet Union's Foreign Policies During Ww2

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Based upon their World War II experiences, the United States and the Soviet Union created a few foreign policies during 1945. The Soviet Union’s foreign policies include spreading communism, creating more buffer states, and to form a sphere of influence in Manchuria. Stalin wanted to spread communism so he would eventually control Europe, that did not work out because the Allied powers spread capitalism. The Soviet Union also wanted to create buffer states which are small neutral countries, settled between two bigger militant countries, serving to avoid the surge of

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