Who Won What at the UN?

Laukhuff, Perry
November 1960
New Republic;11/7/60, Vol. 143 Issue 20, p11
Focuses on the implications of the United Nations General Assembly meeting for the Soviet Union and the U.S. Purposes behind the visit of Nikita Khrushchev to New York City; Result of the voting on UN's Congo Policy for the Soviet Union; Setback for Khrushchev due to election of Frederich Henry Boland of Ireland as President of the Assembly; Increase in Communist votes and abstentions during the last four years; Comparison between position of the Soviet and allies and the U.S. and allies in UN; Attempt of Khrushchev to bellow on the fires of anti-colonialism; Decline in position of the U.S. as compared to the Soviets.


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