FOREIGN RELATIONS: Tour of the Horizon

The Prime Minister landed at Washington National Airport in a drizzling rain. Homburg in hand, he listened intently while Secretary of State John Foster Dulles spoke a welcome: "We meet here with a background—a tradition—of having worked together for freedom and a just.peace." Sir Anthony Eden smiled: "I am deeply grateful. Foster—if I may call you that. I am quite sure that we can make a serious and positive contribution to peace."

Beneath grey skies and scudding black clouds, the dignitaries sped off downtown for what diplomats call a tour d'horizon, an overall...

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