BRITISH POLICY BEFORE GENEVA: BRITISH POLICY BEFORE GENEVA

AN OFFICIAL VIEW BY THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR

At the request of TIME, and with the approval of the Foreign Office, Sir Roger Makins, British Ambassador to the U.S., herewith defines British policy in Asia on the eve of Geneva.

"Peace is our aim, and strength is the only way of getting it." This sentence from a recent speech by Sir Winston Churchill defines British foreign policy not in one area alone but throughout the world. We do not see the problems of Asia as separate from those of the rest of the world.

The present focus of the Far Eastern situation is...

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