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Jonathan Mitchell c/o Atlantic Alliance Partnership Corp.
Sten Rynning, University of Southern Denmark NATO stated while presenting a lecture on the topic of "After Afghan Combat: Does Atlantic Alliance have an Asian Future" at the Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) on Wednesday.
lu speaks with complete confidence in the name of Arab peoples in the Maghreb and in the Levant, on the basis of Turkey's alliance with the new forces in Tunisia, Libya and Egypt, and of its position in the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) and with the United States.
These policy makers, according to Reyn, viewed the Atlantic alliance not as a simple military response to the perceived insecurity of the Cold War, but rather as a long-standing ideological and cultural construction that should bind Europe and the United States ever more closely.
Nonetheless, this is an important, timely, and well-researched work, and a must-read for all who are interested in either transformation or the dynamics and future of the Atlantic Alliance.
The 13 papers review the activities of two organizations: the Centre for South East European Studies, and the Centre for Black Seas Security Studies, which were feted by the Atlantic alliance in June and again in July of 2009.
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.
NATO, also called the North Atlantic Alliance, is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty which was signed on 4 April 1949.
Paet believes that designation of Estonia for the diplomatic role in Central Asia testifies of trust of the North Atlantic Alliance to Estonia.
I was not in fact alluding to the paper thinness of the Atlantic alliance between the USA and the UK.
and Afghan interests will be affected; the Atlantic alliance will suffer its own strategic setback.
Wednesday's announcement will make little difference on the ground in missions such as Afghanistan, where France has 2,800 troops, but it is symbolically significant and will firmly tie European defence ambitions to the Atlantic alliance.
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.
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