The Congo: The Unkept Peace

At the center of the Congo's swirling storm is India's Rajeshwar Dayal, U.N. commander in the Congo. Like any man in such a job, he has long had his critics -and their number is increasing. He is not on speaking terms with Congolese President Joseph Kasavubu, scarcely conceals his contempt for Premier Joseph Ileo, and has made little effort to get out and meet the many other bickering faction leaders or to get acquainted with the Congolese people. Although Dayal claims that he has been "spiritually enriched" by the Congo experience, others...

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