In Brussels this week President Ford has been assuring our European allies that the NATO alliance remains the cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy: "I want to reaffirm a this time the United States commitment to NATO which is so vital to American well-being and security. Reduction of tension with eastern Europe." the President added, "can go forward only on the basis of strong and secure alliance defenses." Meanwhile in Paris Mr. Kissinger told a conference of the twenty-four nations of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, that "our economic well-being depends on a structure of international cooperation of which the developing countries are, and perceive themselves to be, participants. The new problems of our era - insuring adequate supplies of food, energy and raw materials - require a world economy that accommodates the interests of developed as well as undeveloped countries."
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