National Affairs: Vyacheslav Dalevich Karnegiev

All week long, the diplomats and states men came and went. Not only in Washington and New York, but across the nation, citizens got unaccustomed glimpses of the traveling salesmen of East and West who had come to the U.S. to consult on plans for a changing world and to at tend the tenth birthday party of the United Nations (see UNITED NATIONS).

India's Krishna Menon was the first to arrive. Fresh from Peking, he carried a proposition from the Red Chinese. Its gist: Chou Enlai, fearing U.S retaliation, has given up the notion...

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