YUGOSLAVIA: Somebody Else?

To keep up his reputation as a man of independence, Yugoslavia's President Tito must take a poke from time to time at his old pals in the Soviet bloc. These attacks do not change things in the East, where Tito is in bad odor; but they do land him on front pages in the West, where he is considered only half safe. And they enhance his prestige among the neutralists as a Very Important Person who is still eagerly wooed by both East and West.

Last week, laying the line for his visits later this month with the Messrs. Nehru, Nasser...

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