Soviet Efforts to Divine Western Allies
Efforts to strengthen the unity of the western world, in the face of Soviet efforts to divide the non-Communist nations, are now being made in every field in which serious divergencies have appeared since the change of Russian leadership in March.
At the Bermuda conference, Dee. 4-8, President Eisenhower meets with British Prime Minister Churchill and French Premier Laniel to canvass “various matters of common concern.” The chief of these is the response to be made to the Russian note of Nov. 26 withdrawing previous conditions and agreeing to a four-power conference on Germany. More hope of constructive results has been expressed in London and Paris than in Washington, where the latest Soviet maneuver, timed to coincide with a French ...