RUSSIA: Call Me Brother

Few of this year's foreign visitors to Washington have left behind so many favorable impressions as Indonesia's President Sukarno (TIME, May 28). On the next leg of his world tour, Sukarno turned his steps toward Moscow. Said Sukarno, no Red but Asia's top neutralist after Nehru: "I am not going to the Communist countries to seek a state of mind. I already know the Marxist state of mind. I am going to see whether or not they have carried out their ideals."

From Leningrad to Baku, the Russians rolled out their flossiest Red carpets last week and strove to...

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