Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 28, 1968 · Page 3
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Brownwood, Texas
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Thursday, March 28, 1968
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Thursday, March 28, 1968 §ftOWNWOOt> lUllltlN • minrS Asian Doubt, Fear Spring From Vietnam War fey MILL!AM L. ftYAN At* Special Coffespondent BANGKOK. Thailand (AP) -I Leaders in a number of areas of non-Communist Asia say they detect growing uncertainty, doubts and fears about the United States and about their own countries' futures. Most of these doubts and fears Spring from the Vietnam war. '. from a wish that it might end and a dread that it will, perhaps ' all too suddenly. That is para- doxial. but Asia is caught up in \ a cosmic paradox. I Some wonder whether U.S. 1 policy one day will require a; gradual withdrawal from this; continent's mainland, creating a ; vacuum which can be filled by ! elements subservient to Com-! munist China. j The uncertainty shows ; through all the way from the Up; of Southeast Asia to South Ko-! rea. > Britain intends to end her military presence in this area in a few years, raising doubts about ; the future of Singapore and Malaysia. In South Korea, these: days, there are openly ex- ', pressed doubts about U.S. will- \ ingness to go to the mat to save that country from Communist aggression. As much as in any oilier coun- j try, these feelings of uncertain- i ty and doubt are pronounced in Thailand. This nation of 32 million is enjoying a steady boom, nourished in part by a heavy influx of American dollars. Its leaders and growingly substantial middle class fcei their country is a primary target of Chinese communisfn. The. misgivings can be traced to a number of factors. One has been the performance of the United States in Korea at the time the intelligence ship Pueblo was seized by North Korean gunboats. Many Asians clearly infer (hat Uncle Sam's beard was given a sharp yank and that he dared not do anything about it. With 525.000 troop* already in- i volvcd in Vietnam arid more on I the way, the United Slates, in i the Asian view, is too far com| milled on one Asian front to risk | involvement in a shooting war on a second Asian front. Another factor in Asian doubts is the political situation in the United Stales. Leaders in Thailand and South Korea, both sturdy allies of the United States, resent criticisms in America of the U.S. involvement in Vietnam. Thai lexers profess to see such criticism as part of a plot to get the Americans out entirely and leave Southeast Asia open to communism ' Some fear North Vietnam, if it emerges with what appears (n be a political victory ovei the United States, will be supported and encouraged by China to pursue Hanoi's slated nini to extend its domination to Laos, then Cambodia, and become an imminent threat to Thailand. These leaders con- cede such a development Wdutd take time, but this is not regarded as particularly consoling. 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