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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Introduction to NATO. Introduction to NATO. NATO Public Diplomacy Division. NATO today?. Cold War static warfare – nuclear deterrence. End Cold War partnerships – crisis management. September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
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North Atlantic Treaty Organization Introduction to NATO Introduction to NATO Public Diplomacy Division

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NATO today? Cool War static fighting – atomic prevention End Cold War partnerships – emergency administration September 11, 2001 psychological oppressor assaults combating new dangers – constrain projection out-of-region

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NATO today? political or military? political or military? Aggregate cautious or pre-emptive activity? cautious or pre-emptive activity? Guard North Atlantic, Euro-Atlantic or worldwide? north atlantic, euro-atlantic or worldwide?

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NATO - Overview  What is NATO?  What does NATO do?  How does NATO function?

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 What is NATO? 1. A political & military association 2. Part nations 3. Sharing normal qualities 4. The rule of aggregate safeguard 5. A wide meaning of security 6. Keeping up the transoceanic connection OVERVIEW 

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A political & military association A political association strengthening security by decreasing the danger of contention DIPLOMACY Dialog/CONSENSUS COOPERATION WHAT IS NATO?  OVERVIEW 

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A political & military association COLLECTIVE Defense CRISIS MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS MAINTAINING ADEQUATE MILITARY CAPABILITIES A military association WHAT IS NATO?  OVERVIEW 

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Member nations 26 Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, United Kingdom, United States 1949 1952 Greece, Turkey 1952 1955 Germany 1955 1982 Spain 1982 1999 Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland 1999 Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia 2004 WHAT IS NATO?  OVERVIEW 

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Sharing basic qualities opportunity regular legacy govern of law individual freedom popular government solidarity peace and dependability prosperity WHAT IS NATO?  OVERVIEW 

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The standard of aggregate protection An outfitted assault against at least one individuals is considered as an assault against all The right to self-preservation – Article 51 UN Charter Article 5 - Washington Treaty No geographic confinement – remote priests at Reykjavik, May 2002 Operate when & where important to battle terrorism WHAT IS NATO?  OVERVIEW 

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A wide meaning of security Political Economic Social Environmental Military The Alliance\'s Strategic Concept (1999) WHAT IS NATO?  OVERVIEW 

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The transoceanic connection Linking North America and Europe An interesting security association + gathering for vital security exchanges WHAT IS NATO?  OVERVIEW 

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 What does NATO do? Ensures individuals 1. 2. Invites new individuals 1. 3. Fashions organizations 4. Manufactures peace and strength 5. Battles new dangers OVERVIEW 

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Protecting individuals Stimulates meeting Promotes discourse and participation Prevents clashes through discretion Helps to remake post-struggle ranges OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Welcoming new individuals Article 10 Washington Treaty « The Parties may, by consistent understanding, welcome any other European State in a position to promote the principles of this Treaty and to add to the security of the North Atlantic territory to agree to this Treaty. [… ] » NATO\'s open entryway approach a continuous procedure OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Membership Action Plan Currently: Albania, Croatia, the previous Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia* Program help striving for accomplice nations meet : NATO STANDARDS PREPARE FOR POSSIBLE FUTURE MEMBERSHIP * Turkey perceives the Republic of Macedonia with its sacred name NEW MEMBERS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Forging associations Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council Partnership for Peace program NATO-Russia relations NATO-Ukraine relations Mediterranean Dialog Istanbul Cooperation Initiative Working with other worldwide associations OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council A MULTILATERAL FORUM - 46 26 individuals + 20 accomplices EAPC ACTION PLAN local issues, arms control, fear based oppression, peacekeeping, science, and so forth. Made in 1997 – successor toward the North Atlantic Cooperation Council (1991) PARTNERSHIPS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Partnership for Peace 20 Partners Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Croatia, Finland, Georgia, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Kyrghyz Republic, Moldova, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, the previous Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia*, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan Established in 1994 *Turkey perceives the Republic of Macedonia with its protected name PARTNERSHIPS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Partnership for Peace Practical participation Planning & Review Process Individual Partnership Programs Individual Partnership Action Plans Partnership Action Plan Against Terrorism Partnership for Peace Trust Funds Partnership Action Plan on Defense Institution Building PARTNERSHIPS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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NATO-Russia relations « Founding Act on Mutual Relations, Cooperation and Security between NATO and the Russian Federation » (1997) «  Practical participation NATO-Russia Council (2002) PARTNERSHIPS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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NATO-Ukraine relations « NATO-Ukraine Charter on a Distinctive Partnership between the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Ukraine » (1997) «  Practical participation NATO-Ukraine Commission (1997) PARTNERSHIPS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Mediterranean Dialog Initiated 1994 - at present seven members The Mediterranean Cooperation Group Annual work programs Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia PARTNERSHIPS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Istanbul Cooperation Initiative Initiated 2004 - at present four members The Istanbul Cooperation Initiative Group Annual work programs Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, United Arab Emirats PARTNERSHIPS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Other worldwide associations United Nations Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Council of Europe Non-administrative associations European Union PARTNERSHIPS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Building peace and soundness Civil crisis arranging Crisis administration operations and missions Afghanistan Kosovo Iraq Darfur (Sudan) past Balkan operations Refugee emergencies timberland fires surges seismic tremors, and so forth. Outline  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Crisis administration operations NON-ARTICLE 5 ASSISTANCE TO PARTNERS e.g., NATO operations in the Balkans e.g., the previous Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia* ARTICLE 5 Assistance to United States - 2001 * Turkey perceives the Republic of Macedonia with its established name PEACE & STABILITY  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Civil Emergency Planning Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Capability Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Capability Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Center – NATO HQ Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Center – NATO HQ 2. Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Unit A deployable unit 2. Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Unit A deployable unit PEACE & STABILITY  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Combating new dangers Developing military capacities Action against fear based oppression smaller, more adaptable & portable powers Operation Active Endeavor, Operation Eagle Assist and so on. Creating military capacities Fighting spread of weapons of mass destruction and their method for conveyance OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Developing military abilities Prague Capabilities Commitment (2002) Defense Capabilities Initiative (1999) NATO Response Force (NRF) Reforming the military order structure Reform of the protection arranging process Allied Ground Surveillance arranging process Missile barrier NEW THREATS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Fighting fear based oppression International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Operation Active Endeavor Military idea for barrier against psychological oppression Partnership Action Plan against fear mongering Terrorist Threat Intelligence Unit Operation Eagle Assist (2001-2002) AWACS observation missions NEW THREATS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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Weapons of mass devastation Weapons of Mass Destruction Initiative Weapons of Mass Destruction Center (1999 Washington Summit) (situated at NATO HQ since 2000) NATO multinational Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) resistance Battalion (2004) NEW THREATS  OVERVIEW  WHAT DOES NATO DO? 

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 How does NATO work? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. z 1. Accord basic leadership 2. Common and military structure 3. Designations 4. Primary bodies 5. NATO Secretary General 6. Universal Staff International Military Staff 7. 8. Military summon structure 9. Organizations 10. Paying for NATO OVERVIEW 

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Consensus basic leadership A between administrative association where choices are taken together by every part nation Principle of consensus applied at every committee level HOW DOES NATO WORK?  OVERVIEW 

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Civil and military structure National Authorities Military Representatives to NATO Permanent Representatives (Ambassadors to NATO) North Atlantic Council (NAC) Defense Planning Committee (DPC ) Nuclear Planning Group (NPG) Military Committee (

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