Three Down, One to Go

Jacob Malik stuck woodenly to his orders. The third of his four weeks as Security Council president passed in continued stalemate. India's suggestion that a small-power committee draft Korean peace aims (TIME, Aug. 21) did not get beyond the cautious, tentative stage. There was no chance that the Russians would agree to any peace except their own terms, i.e., negotiated victory for the North Koreans.

Intoned Malik: "The United States . . . is guilty [of aggression] against the Korean people . . . The blood of the Korean people is being spilled ... by the United States Air Force ....

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