WAR IN CHINA: Brussels Conference

The Chicago speech of President Roosevelt, with its use of the word "quarantine" in speaking against "world lawlessness" (TIME, Oct. 18), brought together around green tables in the Palais des Academies in Brussels last week representatives of the U. S., Britain, France, Russia, China, Italy, Portugal, The Netherlands and Belgium, with moon-faced Belgian Foreign Minister Paul Henri Spaak holding the gavel.

Just before leaving London for Brussels, willowy, young British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden told the House of Commons that the United Kingdom will "go as far as the United States, in full...

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