India: Harmonizing the Tensions

Indira Gandhi, who in her seven months as India's Prime Minister has looked with clear eyes toward the West, has been under increasing criticism at home for supposedly deserting her father's socialist, nonaligned principles. Thus it was an ideal time to emphasize the family principles by revisiting some of Jawaharlal Nehru's old haunts.

First stop last week was Cairo, where she spent two days reviewing the world's horizons with Jawaharlal's old neutralist crony Gamal Abdel Nasser. Next she will fly to the Adriatic isle of Brioni and two days of talks with another...

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