RUMANIA: Gravitational Pull

On Satellite Row there has been no cheering about Russia's new course in world diplomacy. Communist bosses in these areas tug nervously at their white collars when they reflect upon Russia's abrupt decision to withdraw from Austria and her new-found friendship for the unforgetting Tito. In their apparent anxiety to please the West, is it possible that the Russians will go as far as to ring a few changes in the bureaucratic hierarchies of the satellite states? After Geneva, the local bosses felt a little better: the West had not pressed its...

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