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KHRUSHCHEV to make the first approaches, Mr. MACMILLAN wished to open negotiations. The American Administration hesitated between the two. President KENNEDY both in Vienna and after his meeting with Mr. KHRUSHCHEV had asserted that he would stand firm in face of such intimidation, but he did not wish to alarm certain allies by too violent a reaction. He played down the effect of his spectacular reinforcement of American armed forces in Berlin by asserting that a reasonable solution must be found and by accepting the fait accompli of the Berlin wall.

Andin Latin America, for avoiding public disavowal of a policy founded on the principle of self-determination. This affair had repercussions: it strengthened propaganda against "Yankee imperialism" and shook the confidence of the Administration, inciting it to prudence. But chiefly it demonstrated once more the limited field of action of a world Power. A. R. But, in spite of the Punta del Este Charter, linking such aid to acceptance of a programme of economic development and reform, the United States was helpless to ensure its efficacious use and still less the political stability essential to development.

KHRUSHCHEV to make the first approaches, Mr. MACMILLAN wished to open negotiations. The American Administration hesitated between the two. President KENNEDY both in Vienna and after his meeting with Mr. KHRUSHCHEV had asserted that he would stand firm in face of such intimidation, but he did not wish to alarm certain allies by too violent a reaction. He played down the effect of his spectacular reinforcement of American armed forces in Berlin by asserting that a reasonable solution must be found and by accepting the fait accompli of the Berlin wall.

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