GENEVA: Practical Matters

GENEVA Practical Matters With a combination of subtlety of timing and complete obtuseness to others' reactions, the Chinese Communists released the eleven captured U.S. airmen on the eve of the Geneva talks, as if to get the talks off to a good start. It was a clever trick, for the meeting in Geneva's Palais des Nations had only two points on the agenda: 1) the release of Americans held captive by the Red Chinese, and 2) "other practical matters at issue between the two sides." The Reds seemed not to realize, or...

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