RUSSIA: Anglo-Russian Relations

Lord Curzon's high-handed note to Soviet Russia, demanding satisfaction for the seizure of a fishing trawler in the Baltic Sea, compensation for murdered and imprisoned Britishers, the cessation of anti-British propaganda in Asia and Afghanistan and the withdrawal of insulting letters by Gregory Weinstein attacking Britain for mediating to save Mgr. Butchka-vitch, has turned out to be a decided diplomatic victory for Great Britain.

Russia gave assurances that she would not interfere with British shipping pending the decision of an International Conference to decide definitely the extent of territorial waters. She offered...

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