1
Introduction to
NATO
North Atlantic Treaty
Organization
2
NATO - Overview
 What is NATO?
 What does NATO do?
 How does NATO work?
3
What is NATO?
1.
4.
3.
2.
A political & military organization
Member countries work together
Sharing common values
The ...
4
Member countries
1952 Greece, Turkey
1955 Germany
1982 Spain
1999 Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland
Bulgaria, Estonia, Lat...
5
6
Where is NATO headquarters?
Brussels, Belgium
7
What language is spoken at NATO?
Two languages are “official”- English and French
8
Introduction to
NATO
NATO’s Beginnings…
9
The North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) started as a
military alliance consisting of the
United States, Canada, a...
10
(NATO counties, 1950)
11
The Cold War…
After World War II ended,
a distrust developed between
Communist countries, led by the
Soviet Union, and...
12
13
Collective Defense:
An armed attack against one or more
members is considered as an attack
against all
 Article 5 -
14
NATO’s Purpose
Changes:
 Cold War – Defend each other
against Communist threat (1945)
 End Cold War- fall of Communis...
15
What does NATO do?
1.
1.
3.
2.
Protects people
Forges partnerships
Builds peace and stability
Combats new threats5.
16
A political & military
organization
DIALOGUEDIPLOMACY
COOPERATION
 A Political Alliance…
17
Sharing common values
OVERVIEW WHAT IS NATO?
peace and stability
freedomcommon heritage
democracy
18
A political & military
organization
COLLECTIVE
DEFENSE
CRISIS MANAGEMENT
OPERATIONS
MAINTAINING
ADEQUATE MILITARY
CAPAB...
19
A definition of security
 Political
 Economic
 Social
 Environmental
 Military
20
Introduction to
NATO
NATO at WORK…
21
Promotes dialogue &
cooperation
Prevents conflicts through diplomacy
23
Helps to rebuild world areas
in need
24
 Direct contributions from Member Nations
 Voluntary Individuals’ contributions
Paying for NATO?
25
Introduction to
NATO
A Changing NATO…
26
 Crisis missions
Afghanistan Kosovo Iraq
Darfur (Sudan) Iraq
 Natural disaster relief efforts
Refugee crises forest f...
27
How Does NATO Work?
28
Consensus decision-making
 An international
organization
where decisions are
discussed and
voted on by each
member cou...
29
Working to jointly plan military operations…
30
Member Nations Commit Troops
to NATO Missions
31
Military or Relief Missions Carried Out
32
NATO-Partner cooperation
against terrorism
- intelligence-sharing
- cooperation in border security
- training exercise...
33
 Peacekeep force,
June 1999
 NATO air campaign
(Operation Allied Force)
NATO in Kosovo
34
 International Security
Assistance Force
 Since 2003
 Provides security for
aid workers
 Helps reconstruction
work
...
35
 NATO TRAINING MISSION – IRAQ
trains personnel from Iraqi security forces
& coordinates offers of equipment and
traini...
36
 Members agree to assist
Sudan by providing:
- training for military
- civilian relief
NATO in Sudan
37
 Consultation on:
- struggle against terrorism
- crisis management
- non-proliferation
- arms control & confidence-bui...
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  • 1. 1 Introduction to NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • 2. 2 NATO - Overview  What is NATO?  What does NATO do?  How does NATO work?
  • 3. 3 What is NATO? 1. 4. 3. 2. A political & military organization Member countries work together Sharing common values The principle of collective defense
  • 4. 4 Member countries 1952 Greece, Turkey 1955 Germany 1982 Spain 1999 Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, United Kingdom, United States 26 1999 1982 1955 1952 1949 2004
  • 5. 5
  • 6. 6 Where is NATO headquarters? Brussels, Belgium
  • 7. 7 What language is spoken at NATO? Two languages are “official”- English and French
  • 8. 8 Introduction to NATO NATO’s Beginnings…
  • 9. 9 The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) started as a military alliance consisting of the United States, Canada, and 14 countries in Europe. Formed in 1949, NATO was set up to discourage an attack by the Soviet Union on the non-Communist nations of North America and Europe.
  • 10. 10 (NATO counties, 1950)
  • 11. 11 The Cold War… After World War II ended, a distrust developed between Communist countries, led by the Soviet Union, and non-Communist nations, led by the United States. This rivalry became known as the “Cold War.”
  • 12. 12
  • 13. 13 Collective Defense: An armed attack against one or more members is considered as an attack against all  Article 5 -
  • 14. 14 NATO’s Purpose Changes:  Cold War – Defend each other against Communist threat (1945)  End Cold War- fall of Communism in Europe & Soviet Union (1989)  Provide security and intervene in regional conflicts, when needed (today)
  • 15. 15 What does NATO do? 1. 1. 3. 2. Protects people Forges partnerships Builds peace and stability Combats new threats5.
  • 16. 16 A political & military organization DIALOGUEDIPLOMACY COOPERATION  A Political Alliance…
  • 17. 17 Sharing common values OVERVIEW WHAT IS NATO? peace and stability freedomcommon heritage democracy
  • 18. 18 A political & military organization COLLECTIVE DEFENSE CRISIS MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS MAINTAINING ADEQUATE MILITARY CAPABILITIES  A military alliance
  • 19. 19 A definition of security  Political  Economic  Social  Environmental  Military
  • 20. 20 Introduction to NATO NATO at WORK…
  • 21. 21 Promotes dialogue & cooperation
  • 22. Prevents conflicts through diplomacy
  • 23. 23 Helps to rebuild world areas in need
  • 24. 24  Direct contributions from Member Nations  Voluntary Individuals’ contributions Paying for NATO?
  • 25. 25 Introduction to NATO A Changing NATO…
  • 26. 26  Crisis missions Afghanistan Kosovo Iraq Darfur (Sudan) Iraq  Natural disaster relief efforts Refugee crises forest fires floods earthquakes, etc. Building peace and stability
  • 27. 27 How Does NATO Work?
  • 28. 28 Consensus decision-making  An international organization where decisions are discussed and voted on by each member country
  • 29. 29 Working to jointly plan military operations…
  • 30. 30 Member Nations Commit Troops to NATO Missions
  • 31. 31 Military or Relief Missions Carried Out
  • 32. 32 NATO-Partner cooperation against terrorism - intelligence-sharing - cooperation in border security - training exercises Actions Against Terrorism
  • 33. 33  Peacekeep force, June 1999  NATO air campaign (Operation Allied Force) NATO in Kosovo
  • 34. 34  International Security Assistance Force  Since 2003  Provides security for aid workers  Helps reconstruction work NATO in Afghanistan
  • 35. 35  NATO TRAINING MISSION – IRAQ trains personnel from Iraqi security forces & coordinates offers of equipment and training from individual NATO and partner Countries  NATO TRAINING MISSION Trains personnel from Iraqi security forces & coordinates equipment from NATO partners, since 2004 NATO in Iraq
  • 36. 36  Members agree to assist Sudan by providing: - training for military - civilian relief NATO in Sudan
  • 37. 37  Consultation on: - struggle against terrorism - crisis management - non-proliferation - arms control & confidence-building measures - theatre missile defence - search & rescue at sea - military-to-military cooperation & defence reform - civil emergencies - new threats & challenges  Defence reform  Consultation on - struggle against terrorism - crisis management - arms control - search & rescue at sea - natural emergencies NATO-Russia Council

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