Is Britain Munich-Minded?

Martin, L. W.
December 1961
New Republic;12/11/61, Vol. 145 Issue 24, p18
Discusses the role of Great Britain, through Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, to negotiate with Russia and the U.S. as of December 1961. Role of the British government in moderating U.S. policy during the Cold War; Analysis of the absence of conciliation in British policy within areas such as the Middle East; Replies to those who argue that the boundless aims of the Soviet Union make it useless and dangerous to negotiate; Attraction of Britain to projects for disengagement.


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