However, the signing of the Anglo-Italian agreement by Italy in April 1938 showed that Italy would not be considered Hitler`s puppet. Although the extent to which this agreement was in vain from the outset seems likely. Britain has tried to widen a gap between the forces of the axis;  However, a “corner” was the best possible result. Mussolini had publicly committed himself in the past to Germany to consider a real rapprochement with the West. From a British point of view, Italy had become a radical power, which ended diplomatic relations. On December 31, 1938, the United States officially rejected Japan`s new order to China. The United States stated that the plans and practices of the Japanese authorities involved a sovereignty grab that was not their own, refusing to admit “that it was necessary or justified to adopt a single power to impose the conditions of a “new order” in areas that are not under their sovereignty and to establish itself as a support of authority and enforcement power in reference to it.” As it was obvious that we will not support our convictions by force, Japan remained largely indifferent to them. During the covenant, the two powers diverged even more, which they had in common. Before our time, Hitler was probably the losing dictator, mainly because he had less time in power) and idolized Mussolini`s leadership style, but when the Rome-Berlin axis was built, they became equal partners. The years 1936-1938 were a decisive period for Germany and Italy to proclaim themselves as powerful and revisionist nations vis-à-vis the rest of the international community, and so they depended on each other for support. This was the culmination of Italy`s influence on the Rome-Berlin axis, which could play the role of pendulum between the axis and the Allied forces, as demonstrated by the Munich Agreement.
However, when the alliance developed, Italy assumed the role of lower quality partner to become a more authoritarian Germany, aggravated by the vain of the Italian army in 1940 compared to The military success of Germany. Italy had too publicly allied itself with Germany to deny the coalition and, above all, it believed that it could win more with Germany than its supposedly weaker allies, which reinforced the notion of realpolitik. Therefore, from 1939 to 1940, Germany and Italy had few and more in common, but common enemies. In 1939, the Soviet Union was considering an alliance with Great Britain and France or Germany When negotiations with Britain and France failed, they turned to Germany and signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact in August 1939.