A file containing documents relating to an East-West summit meeting in Paris. Subjects covered in the file include Belgian press coverage of the summit's failure; Chinese and Polish reaction to the breakdown of the talks; and the production of a British government white paper containing documents about the summit. The documents in the white paper include invitations to meetings at the summit; a report of the Soviet attitude to those meetings; statements made at the preliminary meeting before the first formal summit meeting; and a statement from Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviet premier, giving conditions that would have to be met before he would participate in a formal summit meeting. Documents in the file include reports of Arabic and Lebanese press coverage of the failure; a telegram reporting on the reception of Dwight D. Eisenhower, the American president, after his return to Washington; and a statement issued by Eisenhower about the summit.
airspace, American foreign policy, American politics, American press, Anglo-American relations, Anglo-Belgian relations, Anglo-French relations, Anglo-Soviet relations, Belgian press, British foreign policy, British parliament, Chinese government, Chinese press, East-West relations, international conferences, Lebanese press, multilateral talks, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Paris Summit (1960), Polish press, press conferences, Soviet foreign policy, speeches, Trybuna Ludu, United States Air Force