NATO: Progress

NATO Progress Last week brought good news for NATO: ¶The U.S. finally decided that there were "valid reasons" for bringing Greece and Turkey into NATO, began polling the eleven other pact members, whose unanimous approval is required. Inclusion of the two nations, the free world's outposts on the southern flank of the Red empire, would mean extending NATO borders 800 miles eastward, but would also mean the addition of 525,000 well-trained troops to Eisenhower's army. Britain and France would prefer a separate regional pact in the Near East, but will go along with the U.S. proposal.

¶The U.S., Britain and...

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