International: Around the Ovals

For U.N.'s most dramatic session, Britain's Palestine proposal provided fresh drama. Now U.N.'s Assembly delegates settled down to the infighting around Lake Success' long, oval committee tables. Here, in six main committees and for six days a week, they will spend most of their working time for the next two months. First rounds were raucous.

To the Political & Security Committee went issues like George Marshall's proposals for a year-round "Little Assembly," the veto, and independence for Korea, and Andrei Vishinsky's demand for measures "against propaganda and the inciters of a new war." Last week the committee waded into the U.S. motion...

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