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NATO Presentation

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on 14 January 2013

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NATO's History On April 4, 1949 after the devastating events of World War II, NATO or the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was created in Brussels, Belgium. Future of the Organization NATO is rapidly changing by size and approach to situations, the organization will most likely be functioning in more than 28 countries. In 2014 all NATO soldiers will be pulled from Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq and Iran and NATO will help these countries form a better military system to help themselves fight terrorism. By; Tristan Jagarnauth NATO Mission Statement Funding NATO does not generate their own money, in fact NATO depends on contributions from member countries. The nations contribute towards the maintenance of NATO HQ the new HQ development, military HQ's and operational deployments. The total cost of it all would come to an estimate of 1.8 billion euros. Nations also contribute their military troops, vehicles and weapons. There were originally twelve independent countries to start off this organization, Canada, Belgium, United States, United Kingdom, Iceland, Portugal, Italy, Norway, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. There are now 28 countries
involved in NATO NATO's mission statement is plain and simple: Worldwide peace. Worldwide security. Impact on the World Achievements
One of NATO's many achievements was in the raid of Libya. Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi was a Libyan revolutionary, politician and political theorist, and had also ruled Libya from 1977- 2011.

In his time of ruling Libya he caused terror and grief in the midst of the people. He used his military regime to murder countless of lives and on October 20, 2011 Gaddafi was assassinated by NATO and NTC (National Transitional Council) insurgents. NATO's impact on the world is a definite response to terrorist groups, or a high military crisis such as war. Canada's Involvement Canada as you may already know is one of the founders of NATO so therefore we must have a significant role in politics and military. That is not necessarily true Canada's involvement in NATO is mostly true politics since we have a small military power.

We do however provide our armed services when needed like in the raids in Libya. The representatives of the 12 countries
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