Foreign Relations: Without Solutions

Behrendt's cartoon was memorable—but in fact, the eagle, the lion, the lamb and the bear were far from harmonizing about peace on earth. And it was a gloomy day when President John Kennedy arrived in Bermuda last week for his fourth series of somber talks this year with Britain's Harold Macmillan. Sitting in Hamilton's pale pink Government House. Kennedy and Macmillan conversed for as long as five hours at a stretch—with only a few minutes out for tea—but. inevitably, they were able to produce little in the way of hard solutions to the world's woes.

Kennedy and Macmillan reviewed the...

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