LONDON, May 12: Two questions are posed by Europeans in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from Indochina. What will the United States do in the future vis-à-vis its commitments to its allies in Europe, and will Mr. Kissinger remain in office throughout the balance of President Ford's term? It is ironical how strong the European reaction has been to the events of the past several weeks in Cambodia and Vietnam- ironical because during the long U.S. involvement in that area there had not only been a singular lack of material and moral support from its European allies but repeatedly there had also been sharp criticism and rebuke of the U.S. effort.
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