Foreign News: Visitors

Less impressive than Winston Churchill's visit to Paris, but important in the pattern of Europe's power politics, were goings & comings to & from Moscow.

From London arrived Norway's big, jovial, realistic Foreign Minister Trygve Lie (rhymes with me). His mission: 1) to sound out Russian intentions in Norway where the Red Army is fighting in the north; 2) to ask what Norway's new neighbor, Russia, expected in the way of Norwegian good neighborliness.

Minister Lie was preceded by two other callers, Yugoslavia's Marshal Josip Broz Tito and Premier Ivan Subasich. After a round of conferences they hopped back to Belgrade to open...

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