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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Concern about Watergate is growing World capitals question judgment of the White House Christian Science Mealier Concern about Watergate's mpact on world affairs is according to a Monitor survey. It is not that any of the world's governments are worried about America's military power being weakened And only a few capitals and Phnora for are worried that President Nix- m's will to use that power has any less determined What many leading officials iverseas are becoming worried however quietly but seriously and in growing numbers is the White House's its ability to make fully balanced decisions. Concern is greatest among America's closest friends and neighbors con- tinental Canada. But under an outward official calm it spreads much farther to the Arab and on across Asia to and perhaps even Peking A Canadian which appears to reflect the private view of senior is that there are indications that at home have im- paired the judgment of Nixon and his Britain's former'chancellor of the Roy became the first senior European statesman to bring out into the open what many Europeans have been saying among themselves. He said that unless Watergate decisively resolved in the next few months in a way that restores international faith in the the decline of the age of. American world leadership is likely to not an orderly movement to a new balance but a collapse which will be as humiliating for the United States as it will be dangerous to the rest of the world Not just Watergate produc- ed this kind of reaction. It was the double impact of Washington's do-it-alone policy in the Middle East including the alert of U.S. troops and the lingering suspicion that the two are con- iccted French officials who once thought Watergate's impact to be limited now are holding '.heir breath. This mounting has spurred Presi- lent Pompidou to promote rorts for a common European .'oreign policy more indepen- dent of the United States and ts nuclear umbrella. Anxiety is in capitals like Saigon and where there also is icavy dependence on U.S. might But here the inxiety is that the U S may or appear to nore rather than'less cautious. Saigon fears Watergate is We're Back At DUNLOP FORD And So Is Our Come If you're thinking about buying a new or newer car come in and see what we have to offer. Brand new 1974's left over 1973's and a great selection of quality all at sell-out prices. UNBELIEVABLE PRICES ON ALL OUR BRAND NEW Brand Stock No. 1237 1974 PINTO 2 dr. 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Tokyo is disturbed that the overall of American power may be weakened by prolonged presidential crisis. It was the Middle East ac- tion that also apparently caus- ed the Russians to take a se- cond look at Watergate. The Soviet press began taking-off the lid on Watergate giving the public its first hint of the seriousness of Presi- dent Nixon's domestic including the possibility of impeachment. Although the Kremlin didn't come out and say that the President's armed forces alert was an attempt to divert public attention from its controlled press simply quoted American and British new- spapers to that effect under the Justifiable or there is skepticism in Moscow at the President's actions under the strain of Watergate. Kremlin faith in the White House as a detente partner was clearly shaken In Eastern a senior official like the U S. alert and the naval buildup the Indian make us uneasy and start us asking ourselves inside- 'Can Nixon hold And if not. what then'1 But East bloc countries and Nixon opponents are not the only ones to suspect a link between Washington's Middle East alert and desire to avert attention from its domestic troubles It is a view held in varying degrees from Damascus to London A roundup of further Watergate reactions reported by Monitor correspondents follows CANADA Most Canadian politicians and bureaucrats studiously avoid making public declarations about Watergate like kicking them when they're one man ex- plains right America is down many Cana- dian. officials are alarmed _ Wrote one knowledgeable national columnist of- ficial unofficially ex- appears to'be that Nixon overreacted to the possibility of Soviet interven- tion in the Middle and he did so for domestic political reasons BRITAIN There is pathetic here for the White House's but also some blunt especially from the opposition parties. 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