THE NATION: End of a Journey

Across the Pacific Ocean, over the Rocky Mountains and into Denver, Colo, this week flew Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. At Denver's Lowry Air Force Base he emerged tousle-haired from a U.S. Air Force Constellation and hurried off in a rain squall to the President's summer office on the base. There Dulles reported first to the President and then to the National Security Council on his 16,000-mile diplomatic journey.

The Asia that he talked about behind the closed doors of the conference rooms was-from the U.S. viewpoint—a new Asia. For the first...

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