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            Publications

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            Introductory

            What is NATO?

            What is NATO?

            18 Feb. 2019

            A quick glance at NATO, its role, activities and members.

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            Working together for peace and security

            Working together for peace and security

            25 Jun. 2009

            International organisations do not work in isolation. They complement each other to help create a peaceful environment in which economies can flourish and individuals prosper.

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            Reference

            Secretary General's Annual Report 2018

            Secretary General's Annual Report 2018

            On 14 March 2019, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg released his Annual Report for 2018. The Report outlines how NATO is responding to today's security threats, adapting to new challenges, and investing in the future. It covers NATO's activities and achievements to strengthen its deterrence and defence posture, to boost its efforts to fight international terrorism, to increase its capacity building support to partners and to accelerate its modernisation and innovation agenda. The Annual Report includes the details of estimated 2018 national defence expenditures for all 29 NATO Allies.

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            NATO Encyclopedia (Archived)

            NATO Encyclopedia (Archived)

            This is a compilation of archived online topic pages which explain every aspect of the Organization: its origin and fundamental security tasks, policies and decision-making processes, peace-support and crisis-management operations and how the Alliance tackles threats and develops capabilities. They also cover NATO’s partnerships and cooperative activities, its civilian and military structures, and specialised organisations and agencies, as well as NATO’s wider activities.

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            NATO Summit Guide - Brussels 2018

            NATO Summit Guide - Brussels 2018

            10 July 2018 – This Summit Guide provides background information on the important decisions taken by NATO leaders in Brussels to ensure our citizens remain safe and secure. In a changing world, NATO is adapting to be a more agile, responsive and innovative Alliance, including through strengthening our deterrence and defence, reinforcing our partnerships, stepping up in the fight against terrorism and achieving fairer burden-sharing.

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            Secretary General's Annual Report 2017

            Secretary General's Annual Report 2017

            On 15 March 2018, Jens Stoltenberg released his fourth annual report as NATO Secretary General. The Report provides an overview of how NATO has become more agile and innovative in the face of a complex and evolving security environment. It includes details on how the Alliance is strengthening its deterrence and defence, and doing more to fight terrorism and project stability in its neighbourhood. It also illustrates progress that NATO has made on tackling new threats such as cyber-attacks and hybrid warfare, as well as on burden-sharing. The Annual Report includes the details of estimated 2017 national defence expenditures for all 29 NATO Allies.

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            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2016

            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2016

            On 13 March 2017, Jens Stoltenberg released his third annual report as NATO Secretary General. The annual report provides an overview of how NATO protected its citizens and projected stability in 2016. It includes details on how NATO is enhancing deterrence and defence, engaging in dialogue, investing in security, improving capabilities, supporting the fight against terrorism, building relationships, sharing expertise, advancing the role of women in peace and security, and adapting as an institution.

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            NATO Summit Guide - Warsaw 2016

            NATO Summit Guide - Warsaw 2016

            7 July 2016 - The NATO Summit in Warsaw came at a defining moment for security in the Euro-Atlantic area. This Summit Guide provides background information on the important decisions taken by NATO leaders in Warsaw to protect our citizens and project stability beyond NATO’s borders.

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            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2015

            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2015

            On 28 January 2016, Jens Stoltenberg released his second annual report as NATO Secretary General. The annual report provides an overview of how NATO promoted and supported peace and security in 2015. It includes details on how NATO is enhancing deterrence and defence, investing in security, transforming capabilities, building relationships, sharing expertise, advancing the role of women in peace and security, and adapting as an institution.

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            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2014

            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2014

            On 30 January 2015, Jens Stoltenberg launched his first ‘Annual Report’ as NATO Secretary General. The report gives an overview of the Alliance’s achievements and initiatives in 2014 as well as the challenges it faced. This assessment of Alliance activities focuses on three areas: providing assurance to Allies and building security through operations, working to ensure that the Alliance is prepared with the right capabilities to address whatever challenges may come, and enhancing cooperation with partners around the world.

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            Wales Summit Guide

            Wales Summit Guide

            03 Sep. 2014

            The Wales Summit Guide, in the context of the crisis in Ukraine and growing instability across the Middle East and North Africa, provides background information on capabilities and a new Readiness Action Plan, reinforced partnerships and the Alliance’s ongoing military operations.

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            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2013

            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2013

            27 Jan. 2014

            On 27 January 2014, Anders Fogh Rasmussen launched his ‘Annual Report’, which gives an overview of the Alliance’s achievements and initiatives in 2013, as well as the challenges it faced. This assessment of Alliance activities focuses on four areas: how NATO is building security through operations, broadening its relationship with partners, developing smart solutions to security challenges and adapting to austerity, and reforming to ensure that it is efficient and effective.

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            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2012

            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2012

            31 Jan. 2013

            On 31 January 2013, Anders Fogh Rasmussen launched his ‘Annual Report’, which gives an overview of the Alliance’s achievements and initiatives in 2012, as well as the challenges it faced. This assessment of Alliance activities focuses on three areas: current crisis management operations in which the Alliance is engaged; military capabilities, which are examined against the background of the financial crisis; and NATO’s partnerships and developing cooperation with a broader range of partners.

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            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2011

            Secretary General’s Annual Report 2011

            26 Jan. 2012

            On 26 January, Anders Fogh Rasmussen launched the first ever ‘Annual Report’, which gives a brief overview of NATO’s principal achievements and challenges in 2011. This assessment of Alliance activities focuses on four areas: NATO operations, emerging security challenges, the modernization of NATO – its structures and capabilities - as well as NATO’s growing partnerships.

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            Strategic Concept 2010

            Strategic Concept 2010

            19 Nov. 2010

            The 2010 Strategic Concept 'Active Engagement, Modern Defence' is a very clear and resolute statement on NATO's values and strategic objectives for the next decade. Collective defence, crisis management and cooperative security are the Alliance's essential core tasks in today's transformed security environment, an environment the Alliance is equipping itself for both politically and militarily.

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            Towards the new strategic concept - A selection of background documents

            Towards the new strategic concept - A selection of background documents

            09 Apr. 2010

            A compilation of key NATO strategy documents to understand the evolution and future development of NATO's strategic orientation. The collection includes the North Atlantic Treaty (1949), NATO's previous Strategic Concepts (1991 and 1999), the 2006 Comprehensive Political Guidance document and the 2009 Declaration on Alliance Security.

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            North Atlantic Treaty

            North Atlantic Treaty

            01 Apr. 2009

            This PDF file contains the North Atlantic Treaty, more popularly known as the Washington Treaty, signed by the 12 founding members of the Alliance, as well as the Accession Protocols for the 16 countries which have joined the Organization since 1949.

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            Military matters: The beginnings of NATO's military structure: birth of the Alliance to the fall of the Berlin Wall

            Military matters: The beginnings of NATO's military structure: birth of the Alliance to the fall of the Berlin Wall

            01 Jan. 2006

            More than five decades since its founding, it is hard to imagine that NATO did not always have the complex military and political structures that have long been key features of its decision-making process. This issue examines the evolution of the work and structures of the top military decision makers of the Alliance through to 1989.

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            NATO Architecture Framework, Version 4

            NATO Architecture Framework, Version 4

            The aim of the NATO Architecture Framework Version 4 (NAFv4) is to provide a standard for developing and describing architectures for both military and business use. It provides a standardized way to develop architecture artefacts, by defining Methodology (how to develop architectures and run an architecture project), Viewpoints (conventions for the construction, interpretation and use of architecture views for communicating the enterprise architecture to different stakeholders), Meta-Model (the application of commercial meta-models identified as compliant with NATO policy), and a Glossary, References and Bibliography.

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            C3 Taxonomy Perspective

            C3 Taxonomy Perspective

            The C3 Taxonomy is a model that represents the concepts and their relationships involved in all the life cycle activities for NATO's Consultation, Command and Control (C3) capabilities. The C3 Taxonomy provides a tool and common language to synchronize these activities and improve connecting NATO's Strategic Concept and Political Guidance through levels of ambition expressed in the NATO Defence Planning Process (NDPP), to traditional Communications and Information Systems (CIS) architecture and design constructs.

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            Opinion & Analysis

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            NATO Review

            NATO Review is a free online magazine offering opinion and analysis on current security challenges. It publishes videos, articles, timelines, maps, podcasts, cartoons and more. Published under the authority of the Secretary General, NATO Review contributes to a constructive discussion of Euro-Atlantic security issues, and does not represent official opinion or policy of member governments, or of NATO.

            NATO Review
            NATO 五福彩票App下载: Assured security; dynamic engagement

            NATO 五福彩票App下载: Assured security; dynamic engagement

            01 May. 2010

            The report of the Group of Experts on NATO's new Strategic Concept comprises a summary of findings and a more detailed discussion of and recommendations on key issues, such as the security environment, core tasks, partnerships and Alliance capabilities. The report was aimed at assisting the Secretary General in drafting a new Strategic Concept for NATO, to be agreed by Allies at the Lisbon Summit in November 2010.

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