UNITED NATIONS: They Never Left Home

After three months in the hurly-burly of Paris, the U.N. was back last week in its well-ordered plastic tower at Lake Success. The air was heavy with French perfume from over there. The freshly waxed green and candy pink corridors rang with cheery greetings of homing travelers. But there was little to be cheerful about.

The Security Council reconvened for its 397th meeting, to consider the war in Indonesia. In the week since the Council's last Paris session, the Dutch had made every effort to make the world forget the war and concentrate...

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