June 1960
New Yorker;6/4/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 16, p145
The article discusses the highlights of a summit meeting held in Paris, France. The French Communist Party's newspaper "L'Humanité" had published the success of Sputnik IV satellite that affected the summit conference held in the country. Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev was present at the meeting at Elysée Palace. It outlines the topics discussed at the conference including the U-2 airplane.


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