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While Kiesinger would like to strengthen NATO generally, this effort involves obvious frustration which the chancellor feels can be by-passed with bilateral contacts between West Germany and its North American partners in NATO. Canada and the U.S. have a unique position in the alliance, according to Kiesinger's reasoning, as dos West Germany, by virtue of being the most endangered land in the alliance and making its second largest contribution in military strength. With Nixon's election, the hour has struck, says Kiesinger, for a general reordering of - " ""am romrois, slim Styling V931 SHOP WESTWARD CENTER 633-6423 2501 OKECH03ER3, NORTH PALM BEACH 44-3457 U.S. 1 1 MRTKlttE BLVD. (ST. 03) open daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday 12 noon to 7 p.m. relationships inside the alliance, primarily those among the U.S., Canada and West Germany.