National Affairs: The Word for Russia

While world diplomacy was getting a general and airy discussion during Nehru's visit, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles was busy laying down some hard specifics on U.S. relations with the precarious area of Russia and Eastern Europe. At his first press conference since his cancer operation six weeks ago, Dulles fielded more than a score of questions from newsmen, took the occasion to outline some fundamentals that would also be worth Moscow's ear. Items:

¶ The U.S. believes devoutly in genuine independence for Russia's satellites. But Dulles carefully used the phrase "peaceful evolution" in describing the method by which that...

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