Nation: ALLIES' AIMS & HOPES, IN WAR & PEACE

THE seven nations meeting in Manila last week reasserted their desire for peace and their determination to bring the war in Viet Nam to an honorable conclusion. In three separate documents resulting from the conference, the allies also went a long step further. They laid the groundwork for an eventual Asia-wide security grouping under U.S. auspices. They emphasized as well their resolve to achieve a Pacific consensus on the peaceful development of the region's resources.

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The allies' 31-point, 2,000-word main communique was the first genuinely multilateral statement of war and peace aims in Viet Nam. These aims set fourth with...

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