INTERNATIONAL: Feeble Palliative

Ultimate aim of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's "realistic" foreign policy is a revival of the 1933 four-power agreement, cosily bedding together Great Britain, France, Italy and Germany, leaving Soviet Russia to sleep on the pool table. But nobody is ready to turn in with anyone else until the problems of the Spanish war are settled. So last week Prime Minister Chamberlain called the battered and bruised nine-nation subcommittee of the Committee on Non-intervention to consider the realities of a new British plan. Its provisions:

1) Two three-man committees would be appointed to count foreign fighters on both sides of the Spanish...

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