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Czechoslovakia, Norway and NATO

We have quite unequivocally expressed our opinion on Soviet politics and the invasion of Czechoslovakia. It may be time to return home to highlight the invasion's consequences for Norwegian politics.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

ORIENTERING AUGUST 31

What the Soviet has achieved in the first place is to strengthen the primitive Cold War thinking in Western European opinion. The NATO press has finally found an argument that strikes, and it is hammering away. Our country's membership in NATO is justified both morally and militarily.

Typical in this way is Arbeiderbladet. Finn Gustavsen has based his entire policy on the theory of the Soviet Union as a peace-loving nation, it states in leadership.

But it's turning the matter upside down. It is Arbeiderbladet that has based its policy on the idea of ​​the United States as a lover of peace and freedom. . .

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Kjell Cordtsen
Cordsen was previously editor of Orientering, and included in the name change to New Time in 1975.

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