THE NATIONS: Europe Talks

Only a practiced and attentive follower of the diplomatic minuet could make out all that was going on in Europe last week. From Paris to Rome a bewildering assortment of alphabetical outfits solemnly assembled; the air was murmurous with a busy shuffling of diplomatic papers, the inquiries of Wise Men, the reports of soldiers, the undertone of simultaneous translations. Among them:

The U.N. (60 nations), meeting in Paris. Two of the principals in the disarmament debate, Dean Acheson and Anthony Eden, had left to talk rearmament in Rome. That left the floor to...

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