Campbell, John C.
January 1963
Foreign Affairs;Jan1963, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p384
The crisis over Cuba and the Chinese invasion of India have had their salutary lessons for many nations and many political leaders, especially for neutralists such as Jugoslavia, the prominent leader of the non-aligned group. In this article, the economic crisis in Jugoslavia that resulted from its neutral decision, is explored. In Washington, the U.S. Congress singled out Jugoslavia as a special target of its displeasure. The Trade Expansion Act withdraws most-favored-nation treatment from Jugoslav goods, and only the desperate efforts of the Administration and a slim majority in the Senate keep in the foreign aid bill the provision permitting economic assistance.


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