YUGOSLAVIA: Two-Faced Tito

The face that Yugoslavia's Communist Boss Tito turned toward his erstwhile big brothers in the Kremlin was beaming more amiably. For a month or more, Yugoslav relations with the Soviet bloc had apparently been growing warmer—warmer than at any time since Tito broke with the Cominform nearly five years ago. The Yugoslav charge d'affaires in Moscow had been personally received by Foreign Minister Molotov, an unheard-of courtesy. Moscow was sending an envoy with the rank of minister to Belgrade, and an exchange of ambassadors was rumored. Criticism of Yugoslavia in the Russian press had almost disappeared. The Belgrade spokesmen, in...

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