Last week members of the U.N. Security Council bowed to the intransigence of Red China's General Wu Hsiu-chuan (see WAR IN ASIA) and wound up their discussion of the Korean and Formosan questions. Fatalistically, the representatives of the free world heard Russia's Jacob Malik veto a resolution ordering Communist China to end her intervention in Korea.

Now the way was open to take the problem of Chinese aggression into the veto-free U.N. General Assembly. To find out what the U.S would ask of the Assembly, U.S. Delegate Warren Austin hurried to Washington, spent two hours taking stock with Dean Acheson....

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