America Aims To Stop The Spread of Communism.
O.S. AND RUSSIA UNABLE TO AGREE ON KOREAN ISSUES American Aim Apparently Is 'Stop Communism No Assurance Democracy Will Survive. By TOM LAMBERT. SEOUL, Oct. 4 (AP) American-Russian relations in the Orient seem to have reached an impast that can be settled only by major ideological concessions by either 1 power. Neither has indicated it will alter its Viewpoint. This correspondent hns watched Russia and America attempt to work together in Japan and Korea and has seen no agreement on any major point and only grudging, laborious agreement on minor Issues. In Japan, Russia and America meet over the board the polished surface of the Allies' council table. The Russian and Ameri- can representatives there are separated by about 15 feet of glistening wood. Their views on policies for Japan are poles apart. In Korea, Russia and America are separated only by the thirty-eighth parallel the occupation di- I vidlng line. Their views tie , hemispheres apart. These differences are not of recent making. The American "stop Communism" doctrine became evident in the Far East long befora it wjs pronounced ty President Truman.