Editorial Note

The Foreign Ministers of the United States, the United Kingdom, and France met in London May 11–13 to discuss world problems of mutual concern. Concurrent with the ministerial talks were various bilateral and trilateral discussions on problems that the Ministers did not have time to consider. In particular American and British officials held six bilateral discussions on various aspects of Anglo-American relations. For documentation on these bilateral talks and the meetings of the Ministers, see pages 828 ff.