PAKISTAN: Tilting with Bhutto

For a man who has spent the past 21 months busily trying to revive and inspire his defeated country, Pakistani Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was remarkably relaxed on his state visit to Washington last week. Proposing a toast at a White House dinner, he noted that his discussions with President Nixon had covered economic, cultural and military affairs. "The cultural and military matters got intertwined," he joked, "perhaps because Dr. Kissinger was there."

Some of the heavy U.S. artillery had already been committed, Bhutto added.

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