Category Archives: North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Chairman’s statement on NATO-Ukraine

NATO Heads of State and Government met today with the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, to reaffirm their joint commitment to further develop their Distinctive Partnership and its contribution to a peaceful, stable and undivided Europe. They discussed the conflict in eastern Ukraine, where, for more than four years, Ukraine has defended itself against Russia's aggressive actions. Allies expressed their unwavering support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity within its (...)

NATO-Georgia Commission Declaration at the Brussels Summit

We, NATO Heads of State and Government and Georgia, met in Brussels today to discuss security, defence reform, and cooperation. Allies congratulate the people of Georgia on the centennial anniversary of their independence. Allies and Georgia emphasize the unique scope and depth of Georgia's relationship with the Alliance. Allies welcome the substantial progress on reforms in Georgia over the past decade in consolidating its democracy and achieving stronger economic development, more (...)

NATO Declaration on Transatlantic Security and Solidarity

NATO guarantees the security of our territory and populations, our freedom, and the values we share – including democracy, individual liberty, human rights and the rule of law. Our Alliance embodies the enduring and unbreakable transatlantic bond between Europe and North America to stand together against threats and challenges from any direction. This includes the bedrock commitment to collective defence set out in Article 5 of the Washington Treaty. NATO will continue to strive for peace, (...)

NATO Opening Summit Declaration

We, the Heads of State and Government of the 29 member nations of the North Atlantic Alliance, have gathered in Brussels at a time when the security of our nations and the rules-based international order are being challenged. NATO will continue to strive for peace, security, and stability in the whole of the Euro-Atlantic area. We are united in our commitment to the Washington Treaty, the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations (UN), and the vital transatlantic bond. (...)

Joint Declaration on EU-NATO Cooperation

Two years ago in Warsaw, we came together to strengthen EU-NATO cooperation aiming to promote peace and stability in the Euro-Atlantic area. Our respective efforts are mutually reinforcing, have improved the security of our citizens and strengthened our trans-Atlantic bond. Our longstanding cooperation has developed substantially, and is now unprecedented in its quality, scope and vigour. We share the same values and resolve to address, hand-in-hand, the common challenges we face. As our (...)

The USA and NATO ousts crisis-ridden EU, by Manlio Dinucci

President Trump remains compelled by the US system to defend NATO, currently the main tool of transnational imperialism. Despite his attempts, his vassals refuse to free themselves and make their own way. He is therefore pursuing the policies of his predecessors by infantilising the Europeans and turning them against Russia. Anticipating a possible dissolution of the European Union, some of its members have engaged a little more deeply in NATO.

The USA and NATO ousts crisis-ridden EU, by Manlio Dinucci

President Trump remains compelled by the US system to defend NATO, currently the main tool of transnational imperialism. Despite his attempts, his vassals refuse to free themselves and make their own way. He is therefore pursuing the policies of his predecessors by infantilising the Europeans and turning them against Russia. Anticipating a possible dissolution of the European Union, some of its members have engaged a little more deeply in NATO.

Trump and NATO

During the G7 Summit at Charlesvoix, President Donald Trump declared that Nato was just as bad as the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) and too high maintenance for the United States . When campaigning for the US Presidency, Donald Trump referred to Nato as being “obsolete”. Just recently, the US State Department refused a special visa to a former Nato Secretary-General, the Spaniard Javier Solana. This was probably on account of his commitment in favour of the JCPoA with Iran. The (...)

Trump and NATO

During the G7 Summit at Charlesvoix, President Donald Trump declared that Nato was just as bad as the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) and too high maintenance for the United States . When campaigning for the US Presidency, Donald Trump referred to Nato as being “obsolete”. Just recently, the US State Department refused a special visa to a former Nato Secretary-General, the Spaniard Javier Solana. This was probably on account of his commitment in favour of the JCPoA with Iran. The (...)

Trump challenges Nato’s anti-Russian activities

It would appear that the US National Security Adviser, John Bolton, presented to President Putin a draft agreement for the cessation of military manoeuvres on Nato's eastern flank. Under this draft, the Atlantic Alliance would stop organizing war drills in Poland and the Baltic States. In return, Russia would abstain from similar actions on the other side of the border, that is, on Russian territory. The US President, Donald Trump, is scheduled to meet his Russian homologue in Helsinki, (...)