In Washington, Secretary Dulles turned his harassed attention, momentarily, to the mess in Korea. In that forlorn country, the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission—composed, under the truce terms, of Swiss, Swedish, Polish and Czech members—is causing concern to the conscientious neutrals, more concern to the U.S. Aside from any real spying that they may manage incidentally, the Communist Poles and Czechs of the N.N.S.C. are gathering much useful information for their side merely by legal, above-board snooping around the docks and airfields of the designated towns in South Korea. But when it comes to inspecting Communist installations north of the...

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