Red China's Outward Leap

ALONG the main street of Rabat, the newsstands these days are plastered with copies of Peking's monthly picture magazine China in Spanish, Arabic and French—well printed but unrelievedly self-glorifying. In government offices in Rabat, Red Chinese experts discuss expansion of Morocco's tea production. In West Africa's Guinea, technicians from Peking are helping improve the rice yield. Cuban generals in Havana talk weapons and tactics with Chinese army officers. In backward Yemen, 2,000 Red coolies labor in the sweltering heat on a new highway for the Imam. No longer is...

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