What was the Berlin Conference?

The Berlin Conference of 1954 was a meeting involving the ‘Big Four’ foreign ministers of that time. These were John Foster Dulles of the U.S., Anthony Eden from Britain, Georges Bidault of France and Vyacheslav Molotov from the Soviet Union. The four agreed to call for an international conference to discuss the Korean War and the Indochina War. This is seen as the begin of the warming season between the U.S.-Soviet Union following the first Cold War era.You can find more information here: