"Peace After a Change of Heart"
A newspaper article written by June Hogan in regards to the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit’s stance on non-violence and defending India. The Ambassador stated in a press conference that if attacked, India would resort to force to defend itself, despite the country’s heritage of nonviolence.
"India's Enjoy Cites Danger in Asia"
Newspaper article from unknown writer and publisher on the arrival of and statements made by Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit in San Francisco. Ambassador Pandit spoke about communism being a threat in Asia. The article also covered the events she attended with in California.
"Other Nutty Professors"
Newspaper clipping of a letter to the editor titled "Other Nutty Professors" by Mumtaz Kitchlew from the Chicago Tribune, dated July 15, 1951.
"India Consul Calls For U.S. Aid to Meet Red Threat"
Newspaper clipping of a continuation of an article titled "India Consul Calls for U.S. Aid to Meet Red Threat." The article discusses the U.S.’ failure to deliver on promises to provide aid to India and to invest in the newly independent nation.
"Mediator in Sino-Japanese Conflict"
Newspaper clipping of an article titled "Mediator in Sino-Japanese Conflict: India With Her Eastern Culture is Best Suited, Says Pt. Kunzru." In it, Dr. Hriday Nath Kunzru, president of the Servants of India Society, argues that India is best suited to mediate the Sino-Japanese conflict, but first Indians need control over their own foreign policy.