The Membership Action Plan in the alliance is the NATO program, designed for the consultations, rendering assistance and practical support in accordance with the individual needs of the countries wishing to join the North Atlantic Alliance
Reyn argues persuasively that de Gaulle asked "too much for France" and then distanced himself from the Atlantic alliance
when he could not realize his vision of it (p.
Musleh- The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), also called the North Atlantic Alliance
, is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty in which was signed on the 4th of April, 1949.
relations with the energy-rich Caspian Sea-Black Sea-Caucuses region; (4) security and development in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan; and (5) Europe and the continued vibrancy of the Atlantic Alliance
His presence marks the latest step in efforts to build closer informal ties between the EU and the Atlantic alliance
at a time when formal cooperation remains hampered by the Turkey-Cyprus dispute.
Rasmussen said he was deeply honored to be the first Dane to lead the Atlantic alliance
and to have been named at the 60th anniversary summit.
The pacifists, responding to a call by Belgian groups Bombspotting and Vredeactie (Action for Peace), accuse the Atlantic alliance
of being the instrument of US policy in Iraq and Afghanistan.
But there is no mistaking the mutual uneasiness between Moscow and the Atlantic Alliance
The expansion of the North Atlantic alliance
to twenty-six members including the three Baltic states marks the further advance of democracy and freedom throughout Europe.
There have been times when it was predicted by the all-knowing pundits that the Atlantic Alliance
would crumble, that it would become irrelevant, that it was history.
Garton Ash takes an even sharper look at British pretensions to be a pivotal power, the hinge on which the future of the Atlantic alliance
For the sake of Europe, the Atlantic Alliance
and of the world.