INDIA: What the U.S. Thinks . . .

For weeks India's usually loquacious Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru has been uncommonly silent on his favorite subject: foreign affairs. In New Delhi a fortnight ago, where the All-India Congress Committee was meeting, Nehru managed to get through 2% full days of handshaking and speechifying without once mentioning foreign affairs. Last week, before the Lower House of India's Parliament, Nehru finally spoke on foreign affairs, but confined himself for the most part to a discussion of problems directly affecting India, e.g., Pakistan, Goa, Kashmir. On Hungary, which the 'Indian delegation will in...

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