Your S.40. 
General principles of world organization will be discussed in
Wellington with Fraser next week and it is hoped as a result of
these talks to communicate to United Kingdom preliminary views on
Dumbarton Oaks draft. Any further information which would assist
Wellington talks would be appreciated.
2. In the meantime I note the personal view you gave to Cadogan in
favour of taking interim measures to ensure security against
Germany and Japan and perhaps to defer more ambitious projects.
However, the value of the new world organization will be in
promotion of stability and general welfare as well as handling
threats to peace. Any limitation on its functions in respect of
security might, of course, limit every phase of international co-
3. In all these great matters Australia's part should be
recognised and when the first council is established we should
have a place upon it. I am sure you will always be active with
this end in view.