Choose Your Dulles

April 1957
New Republic;4/1/57, Vol. 136 Issue 13, p3
This article focuses on U.S. diplomat John Foster Dulles, who the author considers, is hard to pin down. On November 29, 1955, to illustrate, the Secretary informed his press conference that the U.S. "very distinctly" had the initiative in the Middle East. He saw no developments which required alterations in the general magnitude of programs." About two weeks later, it was learnt that agreement had been reached to co-ordinate Western policies in the Middle East: The parties to the agreement were Dulles, British Foreign Secretary Macmillan and French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay.


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