Thus, the United States, hostile to all military alliances for a century and a half, had become mired in the largest system of alliances in the history of the world and, at its peak, forty-four allies: twenty American republics, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, thirteen European nations in NATO, Japan and seven Asian nations (including Iraq). The main concern of the American treaties after the Second World War was security cooperation in a post-war climate marked by ideological conflicts with the Soviet Union, the bipolarization of the world between these two powers, the destruction of colonial empires and the emergence of nearly ninety new nations, economic inequality and dependence on nuclear weapons as a deterrent. As a result, the United States has not been able to pursue its traditional (moderate and reserved) contractual policy. Indeed, since 1945, it has entered into more contracts (without agreement) than any other nation, and almost all have been new type. These included assistance agreements, participation in the United Nations, peace agreements, alliances, deterrence treaties and treaties that address a wide range of issues that traditionally: human rights, ecology, environment and resources, global warming, the prohibition of chemical weapons and other weapons of mass destruction, access to space and future use of space. , copyright and intellectual property protection, as well as biotechnology and human cloning. All this was done outside the procedural framework of the Potsdam Conference of 1945. On this occasion, a Council of Foreign Ministers (United States, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, France and China) was formed to negotiate the various peace agreements, knowing that of the five countries that signed ceasefire agreements with the defeated nations, only those who had signed ceasefire agreements with the defeated nations would participate in the treaty negotiations (France is considered a signatory to a ceasefire with Italy). In principle, this should have excluded the United States from the peace agreement with Finland.
In fact, all contracts with „axis satellites“ were discussed by the Big Four (China). Numerous Council meetings were held in 1945 and 1946. They established five peace agreements signed by the US Secretary of State in Washington and other countries (Italy, Finland, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary) on 10 February 1947 in Paris. The Senate approved it on June 4, 1947. The warring parties of the First World War signed no less than 16 peace agreements at the end of the devastating conflict. The most important was the Treaty of Versaille of 1919, in which the victorious allies assumed responsibility for Germany. Meanwhile, fighting continued in many areas, when armed groups pursued nationalist, revolutionary or counter-revolutionary targets. Russia was torn apart by a civil war that demanded more Russian broadcasting life than the world war.
Inspired by the First World War, this stage musical is an important reminder of the stupidity of the war No less than 16 peace agreements were signed at the end of the devastating conflict, one of which is considered the cause of World War II. The founding of the Federal Republic of Germany in September 1949 was facilitated by the fact that the three Western occupying powers had unified their zones economically and put in place procedures for the re-establishment of a German nation (London Convention on Germany, June 1948). After also defining the respective areas of competence for the future state and the occupiers (the Washington Agreements on Germany, April 1949), they began to entrust an increasingly important role to the former.