Mr. Dulles Reports on Asia

Straight, Michael
March 1955
New Republic;3/21/55, Vol. 132 Issue 12, p5
The article discusses the U.S. secretary of state John Foster Dulles' reports on Asia. He made a journey through Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific. That the Secretary's journey was worthwhile is beyond question. Its success, however, turns on the policy that Dulles has brought back from Asia. It amounts substantially to the assurance that the U.S., with some aid from Asia, will turn back with nuclear weapons the military challenge of communist China. In Dulles' view, all Asian countries want to preserve their freedom and independence. In those lands, two other objectives are at least important, namely, to be free of Western domination and to keep out of a third world war.


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