United Nations: Double Standard

In the United Nations last week two significant issues came to a vote:

> Red China's admission to the U.N. was proposed once again by Russia's Valerian Zorin, despite the much-heralded Moscow-Peking split. Said Nationalist Chinese Ambassador Liu Chieh: "World peace is threatened at this very moment by two international bullies, one of them responsible for the grave situation in the Caribbean, and the other on the Indian border; and yet the first has the effrontery to propose that the second should be seated in this organization." Obviously agreeing, the Assembly rejected Red China by 56 to 42, with 12...

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