THE CABINET: Peaceful Projection

Projections of the U. S., last week, into foreign affairs:

Chile & Peru. Secretary of State Frank Billings Kellogg induced the republics of Chile and Peru to promise that they will resume, at some proximate but unspecified future time, the mutual diplomatic relations which they broke off in 1911.

Previously, for 23 years, Chile and Peru had been negotiating acrimoniously over the disputed provinces of Tacna and Arica (TIME, March 7). They may now resume these negotiations, thus relieving the U. S. of much Latin American blame, which was incurred when the President...

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