July 1963
New Republic;7/6/63, Vol. 149 Issue 1, p3
The article presents political news briefs for the week of July 6, 1963. Officials from the Soviet and Chinese Communist parties met in Moscow to seek common ground on various issues. United States envoy Averell Harriman met with officials from Great Britain and the Soviet Union in Moscow to discuss a nuclear test ban treaty.


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