Whether all this scanning and probing and patting down is enhancing our collective security is very much in doubt.
The major concern of each of us should be the promotion of collective security, not the advancement of individual security.
In the face of Communist military power, we must, of course, continue to maintain an effective system of collective security.
The collective security system has been powerfully strengthened.
Constantly we seek new ways to make more effective our contribution to this system of collective security.
Yet it has not been able to impair the principle of collective security.
They are the foundations of collective security and of the future of free nations.
Because of this we have joined with nearly 50 other nations in collective security arrangements.