Nation: Atoms for Tito

It was odd as odd could be: hardly had the Administration announced that it was taking a new, hard look at L.S. aid to Yugoslavia's Communist Dictator Tito than, last week, it confirmed that Tito would receive, as scheduled, a U.S.-made atomic energy reactor. Also planned: U.S. training for the Yugoslav scientists who would operate it.

In technical fact, the transfer of the reactor and 13,000 grams of enriched uranium will take place under the auspices of the International Atomic Energy Agency, of which both the U.S. and Yugoslavia are members. The agency, an outgrowth of Dwight Eisenhower's Atoms for Peace proposals...

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