Letters: Feb. 14, 1964

The Diplomat

Sir: As a student of international relations, I was greatly impressed with your article on French diplomacy [Feb. 7]. There is no doubt in my mind that the brilliance of French diplomats has enabled that country to climb not only to a position of effective opposition to Communists, foreign and domestic, but also to increased independence from American power.

In your "roll call of great French diplomats," two more personalities should be mentioned: Schuman and Pleven, who planned two brilliant strokes of French diplomacy on the question of postwar German rearmament....

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