United Nations: Where Neutralism Ends

In the U.N. General Assembly, where neutralism is increasingly accepted as the power of negative thinking, Nationalist China's Foreign Minister reminded the world last week that involvement is not a dirty word. Said youthful (44), energetic Shen Chang-huan, a University of Michigan graduate and longtime foreign affairs specialist: "There is nothing wrong when a new and emerging state adopts a policy of neutrality or nonalignment. There is too much to do at home and too little time in which to do it to allow involvement in power struggles. But I submit that...

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