• Second World War Members Of Nato
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    As the second World War was coming to an end, the representatives of some fifty nations met in San Francisco to sign the United Nations Charter in an attempt to unify many countries. The date was June 26 1946, and the countries that signed the charter did so to put themselves in a better position if any conflict were to arise in the future. During the time the charter was drawn and the treaty was signed, April 4 1949, ten countries who had signed the charter were in need of more protection that ...
  • Kosovo Peace Accord Kfor Command
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    Kosovo Peace Accord Nancy PayteXYZ College of Arts Kosovo Peace Accord Kosovo is the southern province of Yugoslavia and is spread over an area of approximately 4300 miles; of the two million population, 90% are Muslims and 10% are Serbs. The Muslims had been demanding independence for the past few years but the Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosovic played the butcher's role by shelling and destroying valleys of the Albanian Muslims. The Serbs, under his orders, committed heinous crimes, whic...
  • Nato Hits Chinese Embassy
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    Three ultra-accurate laser-guided NATO missiles penetrated the walls of the Chinese Embassy in Yugoslavia from different angles, exploded in the core of the building and decimated it to wreckage. Three people were reported killed, and 21 injured, while one is missing. The Chinese government and people are terribly outraged at NATO's method of expressing its displeasures, calling it a 'barbarian act' and that ''the U. S. -led NATO should bear all responsibilities.' ' NATO explained that they feel...
  • Nato Vs Serbia Forces Back
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    If NATO continues to bomb Serbia, they will be causing serious trouble. They should just mind their own business before any other altercations occur. NATO is just a big act, because their not even putting their full effort into helping Kosovo. This is just a big stunt to make NATO look good. But they " re not looking good for they are not just killing the Serb leaders but many civilians. NATO should discontinue bombing. Why does NATO even bother bombing I'll tell you why; They want to look good...
  • Cons Of Nato Expansion
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    Cons of NATO Expansion Throughout the Clinton years the government has tried to make NATO expansion look like a risk free operation. But the truth is that there are many risks and dangers that go with the expansion of NATO. It has been said that the expansion of NATO would be a fatal error in the American policy. As NATO expands it is drawing an imaginary dividing line separating the many NATO nations from the Ukraine, Russia and other countries in the eastern half of the world. The goal should...
  • Nato A Pact For Peace Or Power
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    NATO- A Pact For Peace Or Power Although NATO is the military powerhouse in the world, it has been greatly argued that its existence is unnecessary, abusing its power given and trusted by international committees and it is well known to be a one-man show. After the World War II was over, most of the Europe countries are weak. So NATO can prevent communism influence several countries. Abusing its power given by international committees. Recent cases, NATO air strikes on Yugoslavia in twenty-fift...
  • Serbs Held In Kosovo Escape
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    Serbs Held in Kosovo Escape I chose to write my essay on an article regarding the escape of Serb war criminals from a NATO prison camp. This article relates to the world because it deals with a group of people who did some very bad things to another group of people. In turn many nations got involved and spent a lot of time, energy, and money to stop this genocide. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) is on a "Peace Keeping Mission" in Kosovo, nearby Bosnia, and several other countries and r...
  • United States Nato Policy Treaty
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    United States Policy Towards NATO In this paper I will first explain the history of NATO and the United States policy towards it. I will then give three reasonable policy recommendations for the United States towards NATO. This is important because NATO is an organization with a very brief history but it has molded Europe and other countries and has made a safe-haven from war for the past five decades. NATO was spawn out of the Western countries of Europe fearing the expansion of the greedy, hun...
  • Un Vs Nato United Nations
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    UN Vs. NATO The United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization are two different groups, but they affect the world in the same way. They both want to make a difference in today's world, they strive for peace and prosperity, and they work hard to accomplish their goals. The UN and NATO are similar in the way they are organized. They are each structured into several groups. They both have councils, a Secretary General, and Secretariat. The UN is made up of six organs. They are the coun...
  • How Has Nato Survived The Cold War
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    The latter half of the twentieth century has been dominated by the Cold War and the actions and events surrounding it. During this period different alliances and treaties were formed and many of these were institutionalized. One such alliance was the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). This organization was set up by the Northern Atlantic Western Powers to combat the Eastern Soviet threat. Today however NATO still exists and plays an active role in international relations. The question as...
  • Canada And Nato Decision Making
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    Book Report In the book entitled Canada, NATO and The Bomb: The Western Alliance in Crisis by Tom Keating and Larry Pratt the main issue discussed was Canada's position in Europe, North America and their view on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It went into specific issues dealing with political tension within Canada and tension outside Canada with other countries. It went through the years of different political parties and how they dealt with the matters of NATO. It states Canada's opin...
  • Eastern Europe Nato Russia Countries
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    Objections To And Advantages Of Nato-Membership For Central And Eastern European Countries Introduction In my essay I will discuss the objections to and advantages of NATO-membership for Central and Eastern European countries. First, I will give you a short historical profile of the post cold-war era. In 1990 the Cold War officially ended. The two military alliances: NATO and the Warsaw Pact signed a treaty that stated they were no longer each others enemies and that they will advocate peace and...
  • Views On An Issue Nato Article Kosovo
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    In major media organizations in American such as USA Today, New York Times, NBC, and ABC, there is a media monopoly. These major organizations all practice pack journalism. They all use the same basic resource and method for gathering their material and then they write or report the same general information. Because of this, it is highly unlikely to receive diverse views on an issue from these sources. On the other hand, there are many independent or unique resources that represent diverse views...
  • Expansion Of Nato Washington Summit
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    NATO starts the year 2000 with the issue of concern. The European Allies' defense capability, stabilization efforts in the Balkans, and relations with Russia are at the top of a highly charged agenda. In 1999 NATO accomplished many tasks, which were reviewed in the December 15 th Washington Summit. They approved an updated Strategic Concept at the Washington Summit; admitted as new members the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland; contributed decisively, in particular through the conduct of their...
  • Kosovo Ethnic Albanian
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    Kosovo is a southern province of Serbia, the core of the former Yugoslavia. Slobodan Milosevic is currently president of Yugoslavia. He has been president in Serbia since 1989. In 1989, President Slobodan Milosevic stripped Kosovo of its autonomous status and declared the Albanian language unofficial. Yugoslavia came on the edge of economical collapse under his role. The crisis and war he has started with Kosovo is his third war. Last year violence broke out between Serbian police (MUP) and reb...
  • Kosovo Was An Intervention Needed
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    Was an Intervention Needed If you asked somebody about Kosova three years ago, they would hardly even know where it is. They would maybe respond with an attitude that Kosova should be somewhere in Asia or Africa. Today, however, people in all continents have at least some information about the conflict. The year 1999 brought Kosova conflict to the television screens all over the world. Daily images of fleeing refugees or the ones of the NATO air raids could be heartbreaking for everyone who had ...
  • Nato Expansion And The Future Of European Security
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    A more assertive Foreign Minister and a more nationalist Duma are now in power in Moscow. Both face serious challenges in pursuit of two principal foreign policy goals articulated by the new Foreign Minister, Yevgeny Primakov: Defending Russia's national interests and developing ties with the United States. One of Russia's primary challenges comes from Washington's drive to expand NATO into Eastern Europe. With good reason, Moscow strongly opposes expansion of the Atlantic alliance. In principle...
  • European Security Nato Military Operations
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    Since its establishment in 1949, NATO has been "the main institutional framework for the coordination of the foreign, security and defence policies of Western Europe and North America"1. During the Cold War NATO operated under a bipolar system dominated by intense global ideological and strategic competition between the United States and the Soviet Union. Most states fell under the sphere of influence of either superpower, ensuring cohesion, discipline and security stability within NATO and the ...
  • Nato Today Cold War
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    NATO had played a paramount role in defending the independence of its member states and providing security and stability in Europe. NATO is a cornerstone of European security and a solid transatlantic community of shared values. Warsaw block's and Soviet Union's disintegration marked the end of Cold War and evoked the emergence of radically new geopolitical situation in Europe. Indubitably, facing new realities, NATO could not remain unchanged. Allies rapidly realized the necessity of NATO's rol...
  • Czech Republic Nato Percent Poland
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    So far, these countries have been most successful in preparing small units assigned to NATO missions. In effect, one could argue that each Central European ally has "two militaries" - the small, better equipped and NATO compatible force, and the bulk of the armed forces that have some way to go to meet NATO standards. This imbalance needs to be corrected through the greater allocation of resources and through a personnel policy that would rotate officers and NCOs with experience in NATO-compatib...