Two-Way Traffic to Moscow

Hanson, Haldore
November 1955
New Republic;11/7/55, Vol. 133 Issue 19, p6
The article focuses on the relations between the U.S. and Soviet Union. The proceedings at the Foreign Ministers Meeting in Geneva are discussed. The U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles stated that there was little hope for agreement on German unification and disarmament, but there was a general expectation of progress on Item 3 of the agenda, dealing with increased contacts between East and West. Freedom of communication between East and West is a major security measure against war, and ranks with German unification and military disarmament as a single package for negotiation.


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