June 1946
America;6/1/1946, Vol. 75 Issue 9, p165
The authors comment on various issues that occurred during the week. They note the absence of reaction to the repeated failure of U.S. Secretary of State James Byrne upon his return from the Paris Big Four Council of Foreign Ministers, in contrast to the normal circumstances where other Ministers would be thought of as incompetent and steps to recall him would be taken. They also argue that if only the Western Allies have been foresighted and moved fast to prevent or alleviate European famine, Austria would not have been forced to seek aid from Russia.


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