RUSSIA: Nikita's Plan

As usual, when blustering his worst, as he did last week, Nikita Khrushchev also exhibited his peace-loving side. This time it was a 5,600-word Soviet plan for "complete and generaldisarmament," sent to all 82 members of the U.N. The new plan, Nikita let it be known, was one that he had intended to present in Paris had Dwight Eisenhower not "wrecked the summit." He would hardly have made much headway with it there.

Main feature of the new plan was its acceptance of the proposition that Stage One priority in disarmament should go to the abolition of...

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