Dispatch from London

Healey, Denis
August 1954
New Republic;8/9/54, Vol. 131 Issue 6, p5
This article reports on political conditions around the world. Most Englishmen have long seen the French position in Indo-China as both politically embarrassing and militarily untenable. So there is relief that the Geneva Conference of 1954 has at last cut western losses in the Far East. An interesting feature of the new Soviet strategy is the attention paid to the Socialist opposition in England and Germany. The Berlin Conference of the Social Democratic Party was remarkably successful In Great Britain, the labor party is no less assiduously courted by world communism.


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