CHINA: Opening Doors

China's dynamic troubleshooter, Premier T. V. Soong, hurried home from the United Nations World Security Conference. In Chungking his brother-in-law, Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek, swore him in as President of the Executive Yuan. T.V. was now Premier as well as Foreign Minister, China's No. 2 man.

Two days later T.V. was off on what might be the most important mission of his career: a flying trip to Moscow to warm up the Chungking Government's chill relations with the Russians. With him traveled a bevy of Chinese specialists in Manchurian, Sinkiang and Russian affairs,...

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