Foreign News: Shifting Opinion

Aboard President Eisenhower's personal Constellation Columbine, Saudi Arabia's brown-robed King Saud began his journey back to the Middle East. Moslem monarch of the hour, he bore all the prestige of the ruler of Islam's heartland and of the world's richest oil lands, reinforced by a resplendent reception in Washington. After regal stops in Spain and North Africa, he wall head toward Nasser's Cairo. There the two leaders of the Arab world will meet—with their allies President Kuwatly of Syria and King Hussein of Jordan—to hear of Saud's magic-carpet travels.

In the four weeks since Saud and Nasser last met, there has been...

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