International: Other Business

Disarmament (a last-minute agreement to consider same) was the big news, but New York's first U.N. Assembly meeting coped manfully with many another issue. Those it "disposed of" in any final sense were few and unimportant. But on none did the U.N. show tne hopeless confusion or bitter-end deadlock which SKeptics had predicted. Among the issues:

Spain. The Assembly resolution, approved 34-to-6, recommends that U.N. Ambassadors and Ministers should be withdrawn from Madrid, and bars Spain from all U.N. organizations, but otherwise leaves trade and diplomatic relations as before. In effect, this was a...

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