The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) is a military alliance originally established in 1949 with 12 member states, including America, Britain and France. Today, NATO has 28 members including most of Europe, representing a population of more than 900 million. Its headquarters are in Brussels, Belgium. Its central purpose is set out in Article V of the North Atlantic Treaty, which says that an “armed attack against one” NATO member “shall be considered an attack against them all”.
1) The North Korean Missile Crisis
2) Reforming the military strategies and interests within eastern Europe