Next week, before the Disarmament Subcommittee of the U.N., the U.S. will make its first attempt since the Geneva Conference to reach a limitation of arms agreement with the Russians. Once more the U.S. will ask the Russians to accept President Eisenhower's proposal to exchange military secrets and the right to photograph each other's territory from the air. The U.S. is ready to accept a Russian plan to station disarmament inspectors of each country at harbors, rail junctions and airfields of the other country; but the U.S. will also insist that the inspectors visit atomic-weapon plants.

The U.S. objective: to set...

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