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what is nato? 5 Ws of NATO

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  • WHO JOINED?
  • WHAT IS NATO?
  • COLLECTIVE SECURITY
  • WHEN DO WE JOIN?
  • APRIL, 1949 PROMOTE DEMOCRACY PROMOTE FREE MARKETS COLLECITVE SECURITY CONTAIN COMMUNISM
  • Many nations joined NATO. The United States joined with other democratic nations including Canada, Belgium, Britain, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, and several other nations.
  • NATO stands for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It was an alliance of democratic nations who promoted the idea of collective security. Essentially, its major principles included supporting democratic ideologies and protection of one another.
  • The United States joined NATO in April of 1949. The U.S. remains in this alliance to this very day.
  • WHY DO WE JOIN?
  • NATO
  • WHERE IS THIS?
  • The United States joined NATO as part of their containment policies, as well as for the collective protection of democratic nations across the globe. Furthermore, it served as an economic alliance.
  • NATO nations span the globe, beginning with the U.S. and Canada here in North America. Also, many Western European nations join, including Britain and France, as well as countries like the Netherlands.
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