These treaties were part of a revolutionary series of international agreements, considered by some to form the division of Europe during the Cold War, while others saw this as the beginning of the process that led to the end of the Cold War. Mr. E. Sarotte wrote in 2001 that “… Despite all the fears, both sides have managed to make a lot of good deals through the dialogue of relaxation.  The Berlin Conference of 1884-1885, also known as the Conference of Congo or West Africa, regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the period of the new imperialism and coincided with the sudden rise of Germany into imperial power. The conference was organized by Otto von Bismarck, Germany`s first chancellor. Its outcome, the general law of the Berlin conference, may be seen as a formalization of the fight for Africa, but some historians warn against a tailor-made role in the colonial division of Africa and draw attention to bilateral agreements concluded before and after the conference.   The conference helped to launch a period of strengthened colonial activities by European powers that eliminated or superimposed most of the existing forms of African autonomy and autonomy.  The United Kingdom intervened in Egypt nominally Ottoman under the pretext of Egyptian funding that collapsed and a riot that followed, which killed or injured hundreds of Europeans and Britons. The United Kingdom also governed over Sudan and later British Somaliland. The four-power agreement on Berlin, also known as the Berlin Agreement or the four-party agreement on Berlin, was concluded on 3 September 1971 by the four allied powers of the war, represented by their ambassadors.
The four foreign ministers alec Douglas-Home of the United Kingdom, Andrei Gromyko of the Soviet Union, Maurice Schumann of France and William P. Rogers of the United States signed the agreement and put it into force in Berlin on 3 June 1972.  The agreement was not a treaty and did not require formal ratification. When the new administration of U.S. President John F. Kennedy took office in 1961, the situation in Berlin warmed up. At the Vienna Summit in June 1961, Khrushchev reiterated his threat that, in the absence of a Berlin agreement by December, the Soviet Union would sign a separate agreement with the GDR (an agreement that West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt scornfully described as “getting married”). Kennedy made it clear that Berlin is of critical strategic importance to the United States and that free access to the city must be maintained. France has seized Tunisia, one of the last barbaric states, by claiming another act of piracy. Pierre de Brazza`s French pretensions were quickly implemented by the French army, which took control of the present-day Republic of Congo in 1881 and Guinea in 1884.
Italy was part of the Triple Alliance, an event that disrupted Bismarck`s carefully crafted plans and prompted Germany to join the European invasion of Africa.  As early as the 1870s, European states controlled only 10% of the African continent, with areas concentrated on the coasts.