Warren Unna Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1958-1959

Fellowship Topic: Arguments for Neutrality and Non-Alignment

Fellowship Area: Israel, Egypt, Yugoslavia, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Indonesia, India, Nepal, Burma, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Laos, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Finland, Denmark, Ireland

The Fiftieth State

Neutral Shades Around the Rising Sun

Pimple on China’s Underbelly

Pirates, Prostitutes and All That

Son or Brother?

Neutral in Name Only

King and Ditchdigger

Neutralism and U Nu

Himalayan Constitution Day

India: Neutral Toward Whom?

India: Who Lectures Whom?

India: Who Loves Krishna?

India: Who Gets the Aid Credit?

India: Memories Updated

Malaya & Singapore: Marriage Unconsummated

Indonesia: Non-alignment or Doubly Burned

Indonesia: Non-alignment – still some doubts

Indonesia Bandung, 1959

Indonesia: Bandung and The Bung

Indonesia: Again the Military

Non-Alignment & A Cabinet Crisis

Border Neutrality

The Other Pole – I

The Other Pole – II

Careful Neighbor

“Freedom From Alliances”

Neutrality’s Classic Virgin

Austria I: Russia’s Only Real Estate Cession

Austria II: Foreign Minister-Philosopher

Austria III: Other Voices

Yugoslavia I: Comrade Neutral

Yugoslavia II: The Commentators

UAR I: Some Alignments Don’t Count

UAR II: Aswan & A Red Major

UAR III: Economics & Neutrality

UAR IV: Fourth Estate

Embarrassing Ally

The Countries & The Cardinal

About the Author

Journalist. Mr. Unna's work as a reporter for the Washington Post landed him on the master list of Nixon political opponents. He later became the Post's bureau chief in New Delhi. After retirement from the Post in the 1980s, he was a correspondent for the Calcutta-based paper The Statesman in Washington, D.C.