EUROPE: Descent from the Summit

Now that there had been time to digest the events of Geneva, what was the aftertaste? Beyond the spreading conviction that in Europe peace would be the atmosphere for some time to come, beyond the universal admiration for Eisenhower's imaginative directness, some important second thoughts began to be felt.

In Great Britain, Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden sent the House of Commons into cheers by announcing that Russia's chubby gold-dust twins, Khrushchev and Bulganin, would pay an official (not a ceremonial) visit to Britain next spring. Eden predicted "valuable discussions" in the...

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