Communists: You're One Too

After a three-week interlude, the Sino-Soviet border talks resumed in Peking last week. The atmosphere was anything but cordial. One indication of the sorry state of relations between the two Communist giants came during a Moscow news conference conducted by the Soviet Union's tough but soft-spoken Foreign Ministry press chief, Leonid Zamyatin. In the midst of the conference, Huang Chung-chich, the New China News Agency's man in Moscow, leaped to his feet to ask why the Kremlin had permitted publication of an article in a new Soviet industrial newspaper that referred...

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