Name the main directions of the USSR foreign policy in the post-war period.

Here we can talk about several directions. The first is European. There the Soviet Union wanted to establish a system of socialist countries in those places that they liberated and won dominance there. After the so-called socialist camp was formed, the task was to preserve its appearance and structure, which led to the suppression of the uprising that the Hungarians raised. At the same time, the second important direction was the Asian one, as evidenced by the intervention of the Soviet Union in the Korean conflict, which was also associated with the unfolding of the Cold War.

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