Foreign News: End of an Argument

As Government troops closed on Yenan last week, leaders of opposing groups in the Kuomintang allowed themselves a brisk foreign policy debate, largely on the preoccupying question of relations with Russia. Here is the account of TIME Correspondent Frederick Gruin:

Good, greying Wang Shih-chieh, China's Foreign Minister, generally regarded as one of the progressive-minded "Political Science Group," had reported on the past year's conduct of foreign affairs. But few members of the Kuomintang council who listened—and especially the right-wing "CC" clique—were satisfied with the way the Chinese Government had followed the U.S. Far...

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