Pakistan: Oh, Brother

India's Nehru had agreed to join Pakistan's President Ayub Khan in seeking an early solution to the Kashmir problem. But now India already was beginning to stall, refused to commit itself on either the date or place of any conference.

Ayub himself seemed undismayed by the tactics; he is certain that the two countries eventually must resolve their differences in order to present a united front against Red China. Not all the Pakistanis were so stoic—or so confident. Angry voices rose in the National Assembly at Rawalpindi, Pakistan's capital, where the old antipathy to India is always hard to put...

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