Soviet interest in colonies held specific, not general : Policy, as privately expressed, is believed based on areas of special concern
- Soviet interest in colonies held specific, not general : Policy, as privately expressed, is believed based on areas of special concern
Reston's assessment of the Soviet Union's valuable contribution to the United Nations General Assembly Session at Lake Success, N.Y., and analysis of the nation's attitude towards trusteeship, concluding that it, along with the U.S., "is putting what is called 'security' before the creation of an ideal and equal colonial system."
- Reston, James, 1909-1995
December 11, 1946
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