PAKISTAN: More Emphatically, Please

When Madame Sun Yatsen, a vice-chairman in Communist China's government and widow of republican China's founder, * paid a visit to Karachi last week, practically the whole government was at the airport to greet her. So was a Soviet-bloc delegation, just arrived from Warsaw to offer industrial goods for Pakistani jute and cotton that Western markets have been slow to take. A Pakistani official called hers "a warmer reception" than Nixon or Dulles got in Pakistan.

What on earth is going on with one of the West's stoutest friends in Asia? Ever...

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