Political Settlement in Europe

Szilard, Leo
October 1961
New Republic;10/9/61, Vol. 145 Issue 15, p15
Focuses on views of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on political settlement in Europe. Description of Kennedy's address to the United Nations; Information about the U.S. policy towards West Germany; View of Kennedy that the Berlin issue can not be resolved in a satisfactory manner except within the framework of a general political settlement in Europe; Information about disputes between East and West Germany; Policy of the Soviet Union towards the German problem.


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