INDIA: The Disenchanted

The lofty tone and the customary appeal to moderation were both still there, but beneath the bland surface last week the voice of India seemed almost stern.

At the U.N., India's V. K. Krishna Menon declared that while his government would be only too happy to negotiate its border dispute with Red China, it would do so only after Communist troops had been withdrawn from Indian territory. In New Delhi, Prime Minister Nehru spent the week consulting other nations that are also at odds with Peking. The ambassadors from Yugoslavia, a country with an old grudge against Red China, and from...

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