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The basic goal was to apply pressure on its partners in the anti-Hitler coalition to fulfil the various tenets of the Yalta and Potsdam Agreements, which the Soviet Union interpreted in its own way. This approach gradually paved the way toward the transition of Eastern European countries from a Soviet sphere of interest to a united bloc directed from the centre. This sphere of influence/bloc included the countries the Soviet army had passed through. Geographically, it was a belt of neighbouring states in central and southeast Europe.
In separate talks with Secretary of State Marshall, he spoke of the reasons that Prague had changed its original position on Czechoslovak participation in the Paris conferences for American aid. 6 7 8 W. Ullman: The United States in Prague. New York 1978, p. 81. FRUS, 1947, Vol. , p. 224–226. Library of Congress, Washington DC, Steinhardt Papers, box 68. 46 Slavomír Michálek Czechoslovak Foreign Policy after World War Two According to the memoranda from the conversation on November 14, 1947, Masaryk explained that the reason for Czechoslovakia's position was simply that Czechoslovakia could not always adopt the position it wanted.
1 For more details on this problem, see: G. Lundestad: American Non-Policy Toward Eastern Europe. Oslo 1975; W. Diamond: Czechoslovakia Between East and West. London 1947; W. Ullmann: The United States in Prague. New York 1978; J. N. Stevens: Czechoslovakia at the Crossroads. New York 1985; D. Yergin: Shattered Peace, the Origins of the Cold War and the National Security State 1945–1948. New York 1978; J. Čierny: Nová orientácia československej zahraničnej politiky v rokoch 1941–1948 [The New Orientation of Czechoslovak Foreign Policy in the Period 1941–1948].
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