Foreign News: The Peacemongers

The United Nations last week had the air of a college campus during the fraternity rushing season. The neutralist leaders were wined and dined by East and West, nattered with offers of financial aid, wooed with the promise of technicians, state visits and cultural exchanges. When Dwight Eisenhower presided in the Presidential Suite at the Waldorf Tower, his guests included Cabinet ministers from such countries as Nepal, Afghanistan, Lebanon and Ethiopia. When tiny Togo gave a cocktail party at the Plaza Hotel, who should pop in but pudgy Nikita Khrushchev, all smiles. Both dazed and gratified, Togo's Premier Sylvanus Olympio offered...

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