The Problem of Russian Recognition

Archive Report

The prompt extension of diplomatic recognition to the Soviet Government of Russia by the new Labor Government of Great Britain, following closely upon the death of Lenin, the apparent shelving of Trotsky, and the marked departure from a strict application of communist principles within Russia, serves again to raise the question of an early resumption of diplomatic relations between the existing Russian government and the Government of the United States.

International Relations of Soviet Government

The Moscow government at present has full diplomatic relations with the following nations:
Great BritainPersiaPoland
The Moscos Government has trading agreements with the following:

These nations may be regarded as having extended the Soviet Government de facto recognition, through the negotiation of their trade agreements.

The Moscow Government has no relations with the following:
United StatesSpainSwitzerland
RumaniaPortugalSouth ...
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