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its stress onedv- don? rich isolationisE once and for all. Vera however. Instead of his earlier "nuclear ell lance" ol*
UNDERding,Cor^tnr felacerman Coc .artist no- so.'ocmliv ir* the Culled States to hold Important rank ir. the international Cccrainist hie rovlcoodri? roccatS. ^ar Alas, in September issue of
the Big Powers, llr- LlgyaBD iffered an "ersatz ryatep ofstrous balance-of-peraer through tha organization of orbits
ICf.as spiked on tie hornsllerran in deter-cluing TThlch orbit .iemany should bolonc tc after the war, said Berger. Giving the Cftanberlainew garb, Llppnann had nor suggested that Gercarry Should be Bade dependent on aaritlBa otzzcrcc by being Included lr. thf Atlantic Cocxainlty. and had_ gued that Germany's Eastward urzo rould cake her dangerous to ussia. In Berger's opinion, . really ccaat of tho Russian orbit, by inclusion of Gexrany. to the shores of
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extension of the Atlantic Cor:.unity totc-glc-bqrclers of
the ooviet Union any ix>rc tolcrahle? reover, Borger went on, since naritlnc trade Qouldre or less under the control of the United States, AOerica trauld control Gcrnan econony and Could future Gcrr-an trade and finance co seriouslyTrithont CftTfltlonlxig reparations, especially to the Soviet Union and other devastated'ere to be occluded free any control over CerraryY If provocation cpci-ist ans rcaiiso, UypaeM ncnt realise. Since Mpprsann's starting point ras not the policy ofut rather theof blocs, there cculd be- noontrol of Gemany by the Great i'o'.vers, but only incorporation of Gemanyer; war-brooding bloc.
lntalr.od that lippnann hod organized his Atlantic CaaaaaXty notet: Go man og;;rcssior. but against the Soviet Union. It cos basically nothingdignified" xxorld cordon,fper cent of tho Trorld under thb leader-ship of the United States and her Junior partner, riigland. The tine had coco, Herger concluded, to distinguish between those nc isolationists cornittcd to Teheran and those aggressiveo Tinted to substitute for the collective security of the United Nationsor.pany union of nationsthe Atlantic Corjnunity."
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