RUSSIA: The New Look

The New Year message from Russia was that 1956 would see a full-scale resumption of the cold war.

The message was delivered at a carefully planned session of the Supreme Soviet in Moscow at which Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Party Secretary Nikita Khrushchev rejected the spirit of peaceful compromise so widely advertised at Geneva last July. Khrushchev's attack on the U.S. and President Eisenhower was stronger than anything heard in the U.S.S.R. since the days of Dictator Stalin. Both Bulganin's and Khrushchev's speeches had warlike overtones, Bulganin speaking of the recent development...

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