JAPAN: The Traveler

Japan's lean little Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi and the U.S.'s bulky rangy Secretary of State John Foster Dulles have one thing very much in common: they both like to travel. In the eleven months since he took over the premiership from aging, ailing Tanzan Isibashi, Kishi has set a dizzying pace. Last May he took off for a tour of six Southeastern Asian nations, followed up with a state visit to Washington. Last week Kishi was in the air again, this time on a tour of eight nations, including Australia and the Philippines....

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