FOREIGN RELATIONS: After a Truce, What?

The U.S. and its U.N. allies are pledged, 90 days after a truce is signed at Panmunjom, to sit down at a political conference with the North Korean and Chinese Communists. The Panmunjom conferees, unable to agree on an agenda for the political conference, wrote it down months ago only as "the Korean question, etc." The "etc." seems likely to stretch over all the complex problems of the Far East. In a general settlement, what might the U.S. give and take?

One day last week the New York Times front-paged an answer. "The...

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