Foreign News: Tchitcherin

" Russia never declared that she would not recognize any treaty with capitalistic countries. Soviet Russia is strictly observing all agreements undertaken since the revolution." This is Georg Tchitcherin's reply to a charge made by Senator Lodge that the Soviet Government would not feel bound by any treaty it made.

Tchitcherin, Soviet Minister for Foreign Affairs, is one of the big men of modern Russia. He comes from & good family, is well educated, and was formerly in the Diplomatic Corps under the Czar. Exiled from Russia as a Menshevist, he lived for some...

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