No one has been more tolerant of the Communists in Indonesia than Peking-leaning Foreign Minister Subandrio.
But last week Subandrio abruptly changed his tune. To the amazement and shock of an audience of university stu dents in Djakarta, he declared that the Communists' involvement in the Sept.
30 coup was "treasonous" and "unmasked the true character of the party."
A couple of days later, he told Peking to stop meddling in Indonesia's internal affairs, declared his nation neutral in the Sino-Soviet feud and brushed off Peking's protest over sackings of Chi nese shops in...