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Foreign News: Dear Comrade

One breezy afternoon last week, a green-and-cream diesel train rolled into Mos cow's cavernous Kiev station with a man described in the official press, only a...

Yugoslavia: Neutralizing Down South

Among traveling statesmen, Africa is the favorite new tourist spot. The latest is Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito, who last week was winding up a vast swing around...

YUGOSLAVIA: The Broncobuster

As the Balkans buzzed with ominous reports that Russia was massing troops on the Yugoslav border, Stalin's archfoe, Marshal Tito, was enjoying a quiet holiday...

SOUTHEAST ASIA: Musketeers

The precarious cold-war no man's land boasts no D'Artagnan, but it has its own loose version of the Three Musketeers, a dissimilar threesome who feel a need to...

YUGOSLAVIA: Tito's Treat

Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito, visiting in Moscow last week, had never looked more jovial. His handsome face had shed the cares of state and war. The Russian...

YUGOSLAVIA: Child of the Revolution

With all the strength, intelligence and zeal he possesses—and he is well supplied with all—Vladimir ("Vlado") Dedijer, a strapping (6 ft. 3 in.) Serb, has...

THE BALKANS: Area of Decision

(See Cover) Russia's Red Army lunged last week across the Danube into Yugoslavia. British forces landed on the coasts of Albania, on the islands of Dalmatia,...

Yugoslavia: Policy of Pardon

Of all his homebred critics, Yugo slavia's Marshal Tito has known few with the prickly persistence of Milovan Djilas, his onetime Vice President, close friend...

International: Ultimatum

At Bled, a Yugoslav alpine resort, two American UNRRA workers on holiday watched a U.S. transport plane come in from, the north. Two smaller Yugoslav planes...

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