Less than two months ago we flew over Saigon en route from Manila to Cairo. As foreseen at that time, it has proved to be the last time for our U.S. - registered aircraft to overfly Vietnam unless relations should be normalized in the future. Tomorrow we shall be forced to fly south in order to go east and north, adding an hour and one-half and 740 statute miles on our flight from Bangkok to Hong Kong. But this is not the only change that has occurred in Southeast Asia during the past two months. Today's newspaper in Bangkok, for example, announces a July 4 anti-American demonstration. The prime minister, meanwhile, has stepped up his demands for withdrawal of U.S. forces and has begun his country's rapprochement with Peking.
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