CAMBODIA: Sihanouk Speaks

For nearly a month Prince Norodom Sihanouk, the deposed Cambodian head of state, had been visiting North Viet Nam for a series of strategy conferences. Last week he stopped off in Shanghai on his way back to Peking, his residence in exile since 1970. There, in the guesthouse that Richard Nixon had occupied two weeks earlier, Sihanouk granted an interview to TIME Correspondent Jerrold Schecter. "You can write," said the Prince, as he offered Schecter hors d'oeuvres of duck and roast pork with his chopsticks, "that you were served by a royal,...

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