OPINION

July 22, 1959

KHRUSHCHEV AND NIXON: The world’s attention will continue to be focused on Moscow today, where US Vice President Richard Nixon has been holding talks with Soviet leaders at the Kremlin and has delivered a message from US President Dwight D. Eisenhower. He then opened an exhibition of American art along with his wife. During the opening, Nixon and Khrushchev had a heated argument that attracted much interest as it clearly showed the differences between the two countries and the tragic dilemma faced by the world, where all of civilization could be destroyed in a clash between the two major powers, and the difficulty the two opposing alliances have in living peacefully. OUTLAW WAR: The National Radio Foundation (EIR) has announced a competition on the occasion of the 10th anniversary since the end of the war on the communist outlaws. The competition is for a calendar on the theme: «The Greek democratic spirit’s struggle against communist totalitarianism.» The text should be between 2,500 and 3,000 words. The winners of the three first prizes will receive 10,000, 7,000 and 3,000 drachmas, respectively. Entries must be submitted by August 17.