Foreign News: The New Line

In a 2½hour broadcast from the Kremlin last week, Nikita Khrushchev gave the Russian people his version of the fiasco in Paris. By the time he had finished, the outlines of Moscow's post-summit policy toward the U.S. were clear. The new line: tough talk for the record but, on all except the top level, business more or less as usual.

Though Nikita's tone toward Ike was still savage, it was less so than in Paris. "Even now," said Nikita, "I have the impression that he really wants peace . . . but the road to...

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