North Atlantic Treaty Organization

ISUFI, Nail and ABDULI, Urim (2019) North Atlantic Treaty Organization. JUSTICIA International Journal of Legal Sciences, 7 (12). pp. 124-130. ISSN 2545-4927

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The International organizations generally differ regarding their extent of action. In this regard, it is important to mention the international organizations such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO is. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was created during the Cold War period in order to prevent the communist danger of the time, respectively to prevent the progress of socialism. So, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, as a political-military organization aims to avoid the risk of communist aggression based on this organization, which at the same time insists in preserving the peace, security and stability of in Europe. Under the treaty, all member states have expressed their belief in the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter and have repeated their desire to live in peace with all nations and governments and have expressed a desire to preserve freedom of their people, common life, and civilization, based on the principles of democracy, individual freedom and rule of law. Based on this, it is important that all member states of this organization are obliged to solve all disputes peacefully, according to the rules of the United Nations Charter. In relation with other international organizations, NATO is a military and political organization, which has passed several phases of its transformation, which the last phase is its return from its foundation. Today NATO is an alliance that consists of 29 member states, which means that it will continue with the enlargement, by joining new states that want to become new members of the alliance.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Law
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Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2019 14:49
Last Modified: 27 Sep 2019 14:49

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