Six Leaders of World Opinion Assess Our Leadership

September 1954
New Republic;9/13/54, Vol. 131 Issue 11, p8
The article presents views of six editors on U.S. foreign policy. According to Frank Moraes, editor of "The Times of India", there has been a definite decline in American prestige in India. The principal reasons for these are: the too didactic foreign policy of the Republican Administration which gives to the outside world a totally erroneous impression that America is on the warpath. Herbert Tingsten states that after the Second World War American prestige in Sweden has no doubt risen enormously, above all owing to the general opinion that only the United States can defend Western Europe against the Eastern Bloc.


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