FOREIGN RELATIONS: Cops on the Hill

Most U.S. Sunday drivers are familiar with psychological warfare, whether they realize it or not. The psychological warrior supreme is the highway cop who ostentatiously parks his big white car marked POLICE on the brow of a hill, for all drivers to see and worry about. He is no bluff. And he has a tremendous effect on the stream of traffic, and seldom has to get out in hot pursuit.

Similarly, last week the Eisenhower Administration went forward with its psychological offensive against the Communist enemy of the Far East, letting enough...

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