Asia: Bordering on Madness

In public and in private, relations between the Soviet Union and Red China grow chillier and chillier. In attacking the U.N., the Red Chinese now apply to it the worst epithet in their lexicon:

"Under U.S.-Soviet control." The ram paging Red Guards exhibit a fondness for harassing the few Russians remain ing in China, recently even jostled and insulted a Soviet Friendship Delegation visiting Peking. The Guards hurled such "vicious, provocative slogans against the Soviet Union," reported Delegation Leader Viktor Maevsky last week, that the Russians packed up and went home.


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