This chapter discusses some important concepts that were tackled in the previous chapters. The first is a summit — specifically the Geneva Summit — which was what Churchill had longed for. It then looks at the Cold War and détente. Churchill wanted to end the Cold War, while seeking to bring about détente. The author even argues that Churchill deserves to be remembered as the forefather of détente. The final topic discussed in this chapter is Churchill's last defeat in the East-West trade.
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