Foreign Relations: A Strategy of Peace

FOREIGN RELATIONS

The cold war, President Kennedy felt, was a stalemate. He sensed a deepening international discouragement about the possibility that real progress toward a settlement would ever be made. Accordingly, several months ago, he began thinking about a major foreign policy speech that would be "positive." Last week, while receiving an honorary doctor of civil law degree at Washington's American University, he delivered that speech. In it, he announced that

1) a new attempt toward an "early agreement on a comprehensive test-ban treaty" will be made in high-level talks between Great Britain, the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. in Moscow in July,...

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