THE adjournment of the Geneva Conference marks a definite turning point in the negotiations for a general disarmament agreement and furnishes a good moment to take stock of the present situation in the light of developments since the war. The work of technical preparation has been carried on for slightly more than a decade. National points of view have been fully presented and publicly debated. It is now time for the decisions of a political character which will determine whether general measures of disarmament are possible in the present state of the world.

The fact that more than fifty nations

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