Chiang Kai-shek last week made his most important pronouncement on postwar policy. The Generalissimo recommended :
"First, this war should not be concluded in a 'negotiated peace.' . . .
"Secondly, the future peace should be a peace seeking the emancipation of entire mankind. . . .
"Thirdly, the United Nations should set up at the earliest possible moment a joint machinery for the winning of the peace as well as for the efficient prosecution of the war. . . .
"Fourthly, to safeguard international justice and collective security, and to insure the successful functioning of democratic governments after the war, there must be...