UNO: Is It Fair To Say...?

When King George VI banqueted the UNO delegates, no nation was excluded. But not even royal hospitality softened the Russians. All week Andrei Gromyko got up and made more forcibly than ever Russia's old point that the success of UNO rests wholly on Big Three unanimity (which to Russia generally means that the other two give in). This exclusive attitude was so conspicuous that a TIME correspondent asked one of the British diplomats who knows the Russians best:

"Is it fair to say that the Russians really do have a real interest in UNO, but, still convinced that UNO is based...

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