DISARMAMENT: Black Clouds Painted In

One fact emerged last week as plain and sharp as a good photograph: no disarmament agreement is going to be signed in London's Lancaster House this summer. Valerian Zorin. Soviet delegate, took care of that at the 61st gathering this year around the green table. To the four Western nations, this was the moment for Zorin to reply to John Foster Dulles' proposals for aerial zones of inspection (TIME, Aug. 12). But. after complaining that the Dulles proposal failed to include all U.S. bases in Asia and Africa, Zorin returned to two of the most tired themes of Soviet propaganda:...

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