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Thursday, 2 May 1957

Mr CASEY - I have read of these attempts on the part of Soviet Russia to intimidate some of the free Western countries in the last month or two. I do not believe that any reciprocal intimidation has been indulged in by the Western Powers. Very sensible and courageous replies have been given by, I think, all the countries that were targets for this intimidation. They are greatly to be congratulated upon their courage and common sense in resisting this obvious propaganda. I have not heard of intimidatory threats by our side being directed at the Soviet satellites.

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