January 11, 19 51
Staterrent b. the Honorable Mike !.Iansfield, Chairman, Subcor.unittee on the Far
East and the Pacific Ocean Area, Committee on Foreign Affairs , January 11, 1951.
The Honorable John Foster DJlles appeared before the Far East Subcommittee
of the Committee on Foreign Affairs in executive session this after-noon.
1~ . Dulles briefed the subcommittee members on the situation in Japan
and sought their views and recorrunendations on the questions with which he will
deal on his forthcoming mission to that country.
Details of the executive session discussion between Mr . Dulles and members
of the subcommittee could not be made public. However, Chainnan Mansfield
announced that the meeting had been productive of a very helpful exchange of
ideas and that the session had been a very useful and informative one for
both Mr . Dulles and the subcommittee. The topics covered included not only
the present economic and military situation in that area, but also the problems
involved in a peace settlement with Japan .
Mike Mansfield Papers, Series 21, Box 36, Folder 54, Mansfield Library, University of Montana
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