India: Thanks a Lot, Pals

India's faith in the positive powers of neutralism suffered another shock last week. Gathered in Ceylon's capital, Colombo, were six of nonalignment's finest: Ghana, Egypt, Indonesia, Burma, Cambodia, and Ceylon itself. They had taken it upon themselves to find a solution to India's dispute with Red China over the aggression in the Himalayas. After three days of top-secret sessions, the neutrals solved the problem all right. They will recommend a demilitarized zone along the Himalayan frontier and suggest that neutralist nations be chosen to police the forbidden zone. It was just...

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