The World: Broiling the Yanquis

Special sessions of the United Nations Security Council outside of its Manhattan headquarters are not exactly routine. But a meeting to be held in March, which will consider measures for "strengthening international peace and security," is causing even more of a stir than usual. The reason is that at the request of Panama, the council meeting will be held in Panama City— a choice of site that has angered the Nixon Administration.

Most of the session will be devoted to broiling the Yanquis. Panama, for instance, will presumably air its long standing demand for a new and more equitable Canal Zone treaty...

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