RED CHINA: The Self-Invited Guest

After awakening Asia's neutrals last year by its invasion of Tibet and its arrogant claims to territory all along Tibet's southern borders, Red China has been working overtime lately to put its neigh bors back to sleep. In January, Red China agreed to recognize the traditional (but never actually marked) McMahon Line as its common border with Burma. Last week Red China agreed to establish a joint committee to delineate with Nepal its boundary with Tibet. Until the committee completes its work, both nations agreed to "ensure tranquillity" by refraining from sending...

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