THE Parley at the Summit will have no fixed agenda, but both sides will arrive in Geneva with a well-defined set of objectives. On the eve of the conference the basic outline of these objectives is clear.
The net of the U.S. position is that Communist subversion and the Soviet Union's iron domination of Eastern Europe constitute the major dangers to peace; the President of the U.S. will therefore seek peace by attempting to eliminate, or to minimize these dangers. With support from Britain and France, the U.S. will work toward:
¶ An end to the worldwide Communist conspiracy to subvert...