FOREIGN RELATIONS: An Asia Policy

FOREIGN RELATIONS An Asia Policy Will Russia blunder into war? Probably not in Europe, where allied defense lines are already drawn and few power vacuums exist, said Tom Dewey last week. But in the Pacific, the Kremlin can still make the fatal miscalculation. Dewey's solution, arrived at during a two-month tour of the Pacific: "Start immediately to build a well-rounded and complete Pacific mutual-defense alliance."

In Korea, said Dewey to the Manhattan convention of the American Bar Association, "the United States issued an engraved invitation to Stalin to launch his conquest . . . Normally, Stalin does not need more...

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