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dated October 30, 1953: Asia and Nehru

Senator William F. Knowland, Republican leader in the American Senate, who returned from a six-week trip round the world gave an interview to the U.S. News and World Report, an independent news magazine published from Washington. The Senator remarked that the non-Communist world should not regard the Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru as speaking for all the nations of Asia.. "Certainly Nehru does not speak for the Republic of Korea, for Japan, for Free China or Formosa, for Thailand, Viet Nam, Laos or Cambodia. He certainly does not speak for Pakistan. The only countries he might be said to speak for with some authority, or at least represent their views, would be India itself, Indonesia which is also neutralist in its outlook and perhaps Burma... "

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