India: Fading Illusions

The war in the high Himalayas dwindled for the moment to patrol actions and exchanges of mortar fire. But the sudden invasion by the Red Chinese, which penetrated nearly 40 miles into Indian territory, has profoundly shaken the government of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and forced a drastic change in India's role in Asia and the world. India is still a long way from giving up its passion for neutrality. But the country is now angrily fighting off the kind of attack that, when suffered by others in the past, Indians always...

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