Southeast Asia: Princely Sum-Ups

Two nations directly border on the battlefields of South Viet Nam, Cambo dia and Laos. Both are nominally neutral, both are headed by princes, both are inevitably caught up in the struggle of Southeast Asia. Last week each of the princes offered rare public observations on the ambiguities of neutrality so close to the shooting. > Cambodian Prince Norodom Siha nouk's neutrality for his nation is self-styled in faintly Peking tints. His Royal Khmer army is Communist-armed and equipped. Though he has broken off diplomatic relations with the U.S. for alleged...

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