What was common between the foreign policies of Italy, Germany and Japan?
The following were common between the foreign policies of Italy, Germany and Japan:
(i) All of them wanted to increase their empires at a rapid speed, so they soon started a series of aggressions in Europe, Asia and Africa.
(ii) In 1937, they formed the Anti-Communist Pact to fight against Communism.
(iii) Germany wanted to capture the vast resources and territories of Russia, Japan wanted to increase her influence in China; while Italy wanted to grab a large portion of other European countries.
(iv) They had intentions to become the first-rate powers of the world.