U.S. At War: The U. S. Regrets . . .

Some day it may be too late for the U.S. to get itself an international air policy.

A U.S.-British-Russian-Canadian air conference was scheduled to take place in Washington in the third week of March. The third week came and went with no conference¬óbut plenty of conjecture.

Ring around the Rosy. The scheduled meetings were supposed to be mere preliminaries leading up to a full-dress United Nations conference. But the preliminaries to the preliminaries turned out to be a caricature of the minuetlike delicacy with which diplomats approach foreign affairs. Stages in the ring-around-the-rosy:

¶ Last October, Britain, with much fanfare, called an...

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