SOUTHERN AFRICA: Kissinger's Mission to Zurich

In the hope of advancing a solution to the growing crisis in southern Africa, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger took to the road again last week. His itinerary: a brief stop in London to confer with British officials, then a flight to Zurich to meet with South Africa's Prime Minister John Vorster for the second time in less than three months. At the close of the three-day talks, Kissinger expected to fly back to London to report to British Prime Minister James Callaghan on the meeting's progress. Next week, said Kissinger's aides, the Secretary might well go to Africa...

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