RUSSIA: Father & Son

Since the switch of Joseph E. Davies from Moscow to Brussels last June, the post of U. S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union has not been filled. Last week it appeared that the Soviet post of Ambassador to Washington would soon be vacated also, leaving both the U. S. and the Soviet Union without full diplomatic representation in each other's capitals. On leave in Moscow, able Alexander Antonovich Troyanovsky, the Soviet Union's first Ambassador to the U. S., disclosed that he has requested a post nearer to Moscow, possibly one in the...

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