The Continuing Crisis

Authors

  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-013-05-1961-09_1

Keywords:

History, Imperialism

Abstract

It is now 16 years since the end of World War II, and the status of Germany remains as unsettled as it was in the summer of 1945. The Soviet government is calling for an end to this situation on the basis of the acceptance by all concerned of the territorial and political status quo, i.e. the division of Germany into two states which are both here to stay. The form of this acceptance could undoubtedly vary within wide limits; in this respect the ingenuity of diplomacy would not be found wanting.

Published

1961-08-31

Issue

Section

Review of the Month