THE NATIONS: Up to Moscow

The U.S. turned the table on the Russians. During the thirteen weary weeks the deputy foreign ministers' meeting has been bumping along in Paris, the Reds have insisted that the West is stalling. Last week the West decided to show the world clearly who was doing the stalling. U.S. Delegate Philip Jessup handed Gromyko a note inviting Russia to a Foreign Ministers Conference to open in Washington on July 23, and to talk about the five agenda items already agreed on: German demilitarization; Austrian peace treaty; German unity; Italian, Rumanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian...

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