Foreign Relations: Hard Talk About Hardware

Pakistan's press, which turned vociferously anti-American during the fighting with India in August and September, now allows that Lyndon Johnson is "one of the most dynamic Presidents the U.S. has ever had." Unsurprisingly, the journalistic encomiums heralded Pakistan President Mohammed Ayub Khan's arrival in Washington this week. India's newspapers also started lauding Lyndon last week, after it was announced that Premier Lai Bahadur Shastri will land in the U.S. on Feb. 1 for the Indian statesman's first U.S. visit.

President Johnson postponed conferences with the Pakistani and Indian lead ers last April for fear that their presence might complicate...

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