Established in 1949 as a response to Soviet expansionism during the Cold War, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is a military alliance committed to the collective defense of its member states. Originally comprising the United States, Canada, and several European countries, NATO served as a bulwark against Soviet aggression, fostering stability in Europe. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, NATO underwent significant transformation, expanding its membership and engaging in peacekeeping missions. Despite facing new challenges such as terrorism and cyber threats, NATO remains a cornerstone of transatlantic security cooperation, promoting peace, stability, and democratic values across the Euro-Atlantic area. In NATO Commitee delegates address pressing international security issues, strategize responses to emerging threats, and negotiate alliances to uphold peace and stability.

Under-Secretary General

Oğuz Öğrenci


Rising Russian threat in the Baltics following the invasion of Ukraine

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