THE NATION: Victory in the U. N.

The U.S. won a significant victory in the United Nations. India, most powerful of the neutrals, was denied a place at the post-armistice conference on the Korean war. and the U.N. side at the conference was limited to the nations which actually put troops on the fighting front. The victory came as the result of a policy decision made a month ago by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, essentially a decision to oppose the British-Indian position that the conference should be turned into a round-table discussion of any and all Asiatic...

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