INDIA: Shame! Shame!

In most respects, the Prime Minister of India was much the same old Nehru after Tibet as he had been before: while granting political asylum to the Dalai Lama, he was still busily placating Peking. When Red China charged that Kalimpong was the "command center" of the rebellion, Nehru at first denied the charge, then admitted that the border town was indeed a hotbed of spies—"spies who are Communist, antiCommunist, red, yellow, pink, white." He refused to be bothered by the fact that the Chinese embassy circulated an editorial repeating the old...

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