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Author: Timothy P. Ireland
ISBN: 0861720180
Pages 264 pages
Publisher Aldwych Press (March 1981)
Language English
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by Timothy P. Ireland


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Creating the entangling alliance. the origins of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. North Atlantic Treaty Organization. European studies - n. by Timothy P. Ireland. Published 1981 by Aldwych in London. Bibliography, p229-233.

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The North Atlantic Treaty was signed in Washington on April 4, 1949. A fascinating study of the early administrative years of NATO

The North Atlantic Treaty was signed in Washington on April 4, 1949. Each founding country followed a different path to membership; each had to face internal or external problems, sometimes abandoning traditional policies, sometimes in the face of heated domestic debate. A fascinating study of the early administrative years of NATO. Kaplan, Lawrence S. NATO 1948: The Birth of the Transatlantic Alliance. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has struggled to maintain international peace since World War II, but the partner nations are finding it increasingly difficult to keep pace with security challenges.

The signing of the North Atlantic Treaty on 4 April 1949 was the culmination of negotiations that stretched back .

The signing of the North Atlantic Treaty on 4 April 1949 was the culmination of negotiations that stretched back more than a year to the Anglo–American–Canadian talks at the Pentagon in March 1948, and of a wider process of polarisation in Europe that had been in progress for somewhat longer. Of crucial importance for the legitimacy of the European national security system, and its central component of military organisation, is the ability of the military to fulfil public expectations and demands.

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Few would disagree that the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty on April 4, 1949, and the subsequent creation of the implementing Organization constituted a revolution in American foreign policy. United States involvement in a permanent military alliance during peacetime broke faith with two venerable American traditions: George Washington’s warning against such involvement, and the Monroe Doctrine.