Friday, May 24, 2013


India: End of an Image : Time Magazine

What are the basic elements of our policy in regard to Goa? First, there must be peaceful methods. This is essential unless we give up the roots of all our policies and all our behavior . . . We rule out non peaceful methods entirely - Jawaharlal Nehru, 1955
Last week, after years of advocating a policy of nonviolence and lecturing the world—especially the U.S.—about its aggressiveness. India's Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru went, as he piously put it, "contrary to my grain.'' On Nehru's orders, Indian forces Invaded the tiny, 451-year-old Portuguese colony of Goa....

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