BURMA: Agreement?

In Bangkok last week, in response to a U.N. resolution, a four-power commission of military officers (the U.S., Burma, Siam and Nationalist China) got together on a touchy question: the removal of 12,000 Nationalist Chinese guerrillas from the wilds of northern Burma, where they have been sporadically fighting Chinese Reds and Burmans alike (TIME, May 18). Whether the guerrillas would leave at the commission's bidding is another question.


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