U.S. MISCALCULATES COMMUNIST STRATEGY

JAMES RESTON in the NEW YORK TIMES:

THERE is more apprehension in the capital today about the conduct of foreign policy than at any time since the Korean war. This apprehension has been caused primarily by the Communist political and economic offensive in the Middle East and South Asia, and by the fear, which has been growing steadily here in the last few months, that the Administration has miscalculated Communist strategy and has no effective policy to meet it.

These considerations have given rise to the question of who runs the foreign policy of the United States when...

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