Courtesy Reuters

THE Geneva meeting of the heads of government ushered in a new period in international relations. Only time will tell whether we are on the threshold of the "era of orderly peaceful change" mentioned as a hopeful possibility by Secretary Dulles in his address to the U.N. General Assembly. The deadlock at the recent Foreign Ministers' Conference should dampen any undue optimism as to early settlement of major problems in Europe. Even so, we are probably facing a situation where some of the fixed points and guide-lines of the Cold War, which up to now have simplified life for

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