UNITED NATIONS: Still a Stalemate

Secretary General Trygve Lie made a new effort last week to end Russia's walkout and the U.N. stalemate. Lie proposed a ten-point, 20-year "program for achieving peace through the United Nations."

Lie's ten points: 1) periodic Security Council meetings on a foreign-minister level, 2) atomic control, 3) disarmament, 4) a U.N. police force, 5) acceptance of all 14 nations* now awaiting admission to U.N., 6) technical aid for backward countries, 7) greater use of U.N.'s specialized agencies, 8) vigorous pressing of the U.N. program for human rights, 9) advancement of dependent peoples, 10) further development of international law.

Worthy though Lie's...

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