Pakistan: Maintaining the Peace

Spurring his warlike Moslems to battle against the hated Hindus in Kashmir last fall was a relatively simple task for Pakistan's President Mohammed Ayub Khan. Calming them down has turned out to be a good deal harder. After all, Ayub's controlled press had claimed one magnificent victory after another in Kashmir. When Ayub and India's late Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shastri agreed in Tashkent last month to observe the original border and withdraw their troops from it, Pakistan's vitriolic Foreign Minister Zulfikar AH Bhutto nearly resigned in disgust, and students demonstrated in a dozen towns. Throughout Pakistan, the feeling grew...

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