NATO: Choice of Weapons

Like neighbors gathering for a housewarming, the 15 foreign ministers of the North Atlantic alliance gathered in Bonn last week. West Germany's place in the alliance is now so well accepted that the world little noted that this was the first time such a NATO meeting had been held on German soil. Arriving at the airport, U.S. Secretary of State Dulles referred to it: "Two years ago a sovereign, democratic and peace-loving German state, arisen from the ashes of war, joined this organization. Now we meet on German soil to counsel together...

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