STRATEGY: A Shift of Emphasis

More than diplomatic courtesy, or even military coordination, is involved in the flurry of international visits between the Korean and Indo-Chinese fronts. A stepped-up priority for Indo-China is in the works. Conviction grows in Washington and Paris that a relatively small increase of pressure there might bring a decision more quickly than in Korea.

Last month France's No. 1 soldier, Marshal Alphonse Juin, visited Korea, and paid particular attention to U.S. methods of training South Koreans. Last week General Mark Clark, U.N. Supreme Commander in the Far East, boarded his Constellation at Tokyo's Haneda Airport, and took off for Indo-China.

In Saigon,...

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