Foreign News: After the Bomb

As the fallout of world reaction began descending on France last week, the nation began to realize that becoming a nuclear power was not going to solve its basic problems.

Although they had plenty of advance warning. Frenchmen had not fully expected the international unpopularity which the Reggan explosion earned them. Scarcely had the cauliflower cloud begun to dissipate, when the Moroccan Ambassador to Paris showed up at the Quai d'Orsay to cancel his country's 1956 diplomatic pact with France. The Sudanese protested "this act of shame." In Ghana the Accra Evening News, which is owned by Premier Nkrumah's political henchmen, inventively...

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