Pacific Defense

Archive Report

Consolidation of World Defenses Against Reds

Pacific Policy Problems of New Administration

The Concern felt by the new administration over conditions which confront the free world in the Far East, previously dramatized by Gen. Eisenhower's post election trip to the Korean battlefront, is given further emphasis by the plan of Secretary of State Dulles to make a fact-finding visit to India, Pakistan, and other Asian countries in the late spring. Dulles will seek, among other things, to determine the extent to which independent governments of Asia may now be ready to cooperate in a general plan for defense against Communist aggression in their part of the world.

Dulles made it clear in his first address as Secretary of State, Jan. 27, that administration thinking on Far Eastern ...

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