India: Intolerable Goa

India's Jawaharlal Nehru is like a man who is simultaneously being trampled by an elephant and needled by a mosquito—and goes for the mosquito. While doing his best to ignore Communist China's latest incursions in a vast (50,000 sq. mi.), disputed area oi northeastern India, Nehru declared recently that Portugal's lush, Rhode Island-sized colony of Goa on India's west coast was becoming increasingly "intolerable." Last week, for all Neutralist Nehru's past protestations that India would never use force tp eject the Portuguese from the last European colony on Indian soil, his armed forces were building up on Goa's 180-mile...

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