Foreign News: Karakhan Out?

The Soviet Government was doing everything in its power last week to show that it meant no harm to any other nation. In Rome a non-aggression pact with Italy was signed. A guest in the still magnificent English Gothic Morosov Palace (now the Foreign Office guest residence) and there plied with champagne and caviar blini was bulky, friendly Edouard Herriot of France. Holding no government post, Citizen Herriot smiled a great deal and said nothing. All Moscow was convinced that new Franco- Russian trade agreements were brewing, felt that the old problem of the 20 billion...

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