Asia: A Cease-Fire of Sorts

The cease-fire between India and Pakistan last week passed into its sixth tense week with not the slightest prospect for a settlement. Indeed, if words were any measure, the situation was worse. Rising before the U.N. Security Council, Pakistan's Foreign Minister Zulfikar AH Bhutto charged India with conducting a reign of terror in Kashmir, quoting a Kashmiri as having told the press: "Indian troops have cut off the breasts of our girls and held them up saying, 'Here is your Pakistan!'" With that, India's white-turbaned Foreign Minister Swaran Singh led his delegation out of...

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