Pakistan: In Anguish, Not Anger

While Red China's aggression was pushing India away from its historic policy of nonalignment, it had the ironic counter-effect of nudging once staunchly pro-Western Pakistan toward neutralism.

Pakistan-seemed far less concerned with the fact that the Chinese invasion posed a real threat to its own frontiers than with how the crisis would affect its bitter and longstanding dispute with India over control of Kashmir. Bitterly. Pakistan pointed to the crack Indian divisions still positioned along the U.N. cease-fire line as proof that India was exaggerating the extent of the Chinese incursions. Echoing...

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