Nuclear Test Ban and Arms Limitation
Possible Summit Discussion of Nuclear Testing
One Question which may be taken up at a summit conference this summer—a question perhaps more likely than other agenda items to be put on the way to settlement by the heads of government—is conclusion of a treaty to ban testing of nuclear weapons. Representatives of the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union have been trying to hammer out such an accord at Geneva since the end of last October and have made limited progress on a treaty draft. Although key issues remain in dispute, the feeling persists that this is one area in which a little high-level discussion now may clear the way to a resolution of East-West differences.
U.N. Secretary General ...