The precarious cold-war no man's land boasts no D'Artagnan, but it has its own loose version of the Three Musketeers, a dissimilar threesome who feel a need to share their lonesomeness. Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito, India's Jawaharlal Nehru and Burma's Premier U Nu have, as one leading Yugoslav diplomat insists, "a similarity of outlook on present international developments . . ."

It was inevitable that such companions should get to know each other. Last week the introductions got under way. Bluff, tough Marshal Tito packed off with his brightest uniforms, an entourage of 50 Yugoslavs and eight carloads of baggage, to...

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