THE COLD WAR: The New Face

The Soviet Union's policy has definitely changed, declared Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito last week, and as a result, he said, international tension has eased. "If anyone is competent to recognize a trap, it is we," said Communism's No. 11 heretic, who is, of course, still a Communist. "Because of our experience, we can distinguish between what is a maneuver and what is a positive step," he added. To Tito, the Russian change is more than a maneuver.

No one else last week was prepared to go so far. But there were plenty...

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