CANADA: Accommodations Wanted

While the Truman-Attlee talks were going on in Washington last week, Canada voiced its own Asian policy. On the surface it seemed to be even more conciliatory than Britain's. Canadian leaders evidently were deeply fearful that the West was skidding into a futile, ruinous war, but the alternative they offered looked strangely like peace at just about the price that Red China was likely to ask.

The Canadian policy was set forth in a more direct and specific form than the British position. As stated by External Affairs Chief Lester Bowles Pearson, and...

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