TITLE

Fumbling for a China Policy

PUB. DATE
August 1955
SOURCE
New Republic;8/15/55, Vol. 133 Issue 7, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on issues related to international relations. Everyone whirls around while the music plays in the old game of statues, and freezes motionless when the music stops. So, in the game that the Americans are playing with Communist China the music stopped when the prisoners were released. It caught diplomat John Foster Dulles talking somewhat surreptitiously with the Chinese Government through the Ambassadorial level at Geneva, Switzerland. And it froze all the molders of opinion in lugubrious attitudes, declaiming still against dealings of any kind with Peking, China. The Chinese Communists doubtless know where they prepare going when the music starts up again. The constructive course of the present negotiations with the Chinese Communists is one sign that Dulles points to in identifying the new trend of events.
ACCESSION #
14447906

 

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