Foreign News: PLAYING BOTH SIDES OF THE STREET

MARSHAL Tito made a reputation as a successful partisan in World War 11, but it took the cold war to show what a really clever guerrilla like Tito can do. Making the most of his strategic no man's land between the Communist and antiCommunist, worlds, Tito has been able to play one side against the other to the tune of billions of dollars in economic and military aid. Tito's country (pop. 17 million) ranks ninth in population in Europe, but his skillful and blustery balancing act has made Yugoslavia the best-helped country in Europe...

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