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Today, 4 April 2014, marks NATO’s 65th anniversary since its founding. As the largest peacetime political and military alliance in the world, NATO continues to remain significant in global affairs for peace and stability...

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NATO’s 65th anniversary


INATO at 65: What it means to be a member

2014 is a year when NATO - and NATO members - have a lot to celebrate. Not just the 65th anniversary of the Alliance. Nor just the 15th, 10th and fifth anniversaries of members who joined since the end of the Cold War.

But also cause to remember why those events were so momentous in those countries. In this edition of NATO Review, we look at some of the human stories of how we got here and what it has meant for both the elites and ordinary people.

2014 is a year which marks many historic anniversaries such as the centenary of the First World War, twenty five years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, and today NATO’s 65th anniversary of its foundation.

On 4 April 1949 the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) was created by the United States, Canada and several Western European nations, including the United Kingdom.

Over the following decades many nations have joined the alliance which now presently consists of 28 independent nations with the essential purpose to safeguard the freedom and security of its members through both political and military means.

Today, 4 April 2014, marks NATO’s 65th anniversary since its founding. As the largest peacetime political and military alliance in the world, NATO continues to remain significant in global affairs for peace and stability.

Reference: http://www.nato.int/docu/review/2014/nato-at-65/EN/index.htm Reference: https://www.wiltonpark.org.uk/natos-65th-anniversary/

Tetovo, April 04, 2014