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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 26, 1968

THE ICHIAN DILYThurdaySepembe 26,196

Russia, Egypt warn of new war
as tensions mount in Mid-east

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By WILLIAM L. RYAN
Associated Press News Analyst
When Cairo and Moscow, with-
in 24 hours, warn that there is an
immient danger of a new war in
the Middle East, the rest of the
world is bound to take stock of the
possibilities. ,
The Middle East temperature is
rising again, and with it the pos-
sibility of parallel between what
is being said and done today and
what happened 12 years ago.
At that time a Middle East crisis
occurred just in- time to divert
world indignation from the Soviet
Union for its abrupt strangula-
tion Hof a Hungarian freedom
movement.
The Russians were not directly
responsible for provoking that
crisis at that particular moment,
although theiredetermined intru-
sion into the area at the time with
Soviet arms had a lot to do with
it. The crisis of 12 years ago was
sparked by a British-French at-
tempt, in league with Israel, to
counter Egypt's nationalization of
the Suez Ca ial Zone.
The canal hardly matters any
more. But other elements which
fed the crisis until it reached
brink-of-war proportions are nres-
ent again today. The worry now
for the West must be whether any
new Arab-Israeli war can b, con-
fined to that area.
The Russians' foreign ,olicy
pronouncements tend to link the
Arab-Israel question and the
Middle East in general with the
broad world picture, representing
developments there as part of an
over-all "imperialist intrigue"
against t h e Communist-ruled
world.
Pravda, the Kremlin's voice,
insisted Sunday that counterre-
volution in Czechoslovakia was
just an :"episode in a long and
stubborn secret war" of the West
against communism. It added that
"the inperialists themselves do
not hide that for them the events
in Southeast Asia, the Near East
and Europe are links of a single
chain, a single'ine of struggle."
This has been a dominating So-
viet press theme in the Czecho-
slovak crisis.
On Tuesday, Egypt's Foreign
Minister Mahmoud Riad said new,
war with Israel could be expected
at any time and that "the situ-
ation is very serious and danger-
ous." Yesterday, Moscow, in an
unusual move, warned that U.S.
support of Israel could have "seri-
ous consequences for peace."
There is Western concern that
the Arabs once again may be
placing a superabundance of con-,
fidence in their Soviet arms. The
Russians have poured into Egypt
and Syria tanks, artillery and
combat aircraft, along with other
armament and military advisers.
This has created a situation in

which one side or the other may
feel impelled to make a "preven-
tive" strike.
The burning question thereafter
would be whether a new Arab-
Israeli war, given the new inten-
sity of the cold war, could be con-

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fined to the Middle East area.
The Arabs, with the implied
promise of support from Soviet
power, seem to be showing no dis-
Peae talks d
'Clifford says,
PARIS (P)-The deadlock in the
Vietnam peace talks deepened
yesterday and U.S. patience
seemed to be wearing thin, but
there was no sign either side
wanted to break off the' weekly
conferences under way since mid-
May.
The United States accused the
North Vietnamese of refusing to
join in any serious peacemaking.
"We find their position today,
as we have found it in the past,
to be intransigent, unmoving and
uncompromising," American spok-
esman William Jorden peported
after another session.
In Washington Secretary of De-
fense Clark M. Clifford knocked
flat yesterday Republican predic-
tion that the United States likely
will cut its troop strength in Viet-
nam by next June.
Jorden seemed to be reflecting
shortening U.S. patience with the
inflexibility the North Vietnamese
have demonstrated since the talks
began.
Conceding that the talks were
indeed deadlocked, Nguyen Thanh
Le, who speaks for North Viet-
nam, put his blame squarely on
the United States.
"As long as the United States
maintains its attitude in refusing
to cease its bombing and all other
acts of, war against North Viet-
nam, it must bear the entire re-
sponsibility for blocking progress
in the conversation," Le sazid.
Thus, at the 23rd U.S.-North
Vietnamese encounter here, the
talks foundered again on the two-
sided bombing issue.
Jorden recalled that President
Johnson had pledged to stop U S.
bombing of the North when Hanoi

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