Secretary of State John Foster Dulles carefully waited until the day after President Eisenhower's first press conference to hold his own first session with State Department correspondents last week.
He expanded briefly on the broad purpose of Administration policy for Asia and the "secret agreements" resolution, then pinpointed his way around the world with some other sharp observations on U.S. policy. Items:
¶In Berlin, the U.S. has its eye on mounting Communist pressure, knows exactly what supplies are on hand there in case of blockade, and has carefully studied alternate routes in & out of the city.
¶The French seem to be proposing...