What was the period of detente in international relations?

Détente in international relations is understood as the period from the mid-1960s to the late 1970s. From about 1969 to December 1979, there was a decrease in tension in the confrontation between the capitalist and socialist camps. Relations between the USA and the USSR improved, treaties were signed and began to operate, which limited the number of strategic weapons and established cooperation in some areas.

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