What exactly is NATO?

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After the devastating effects of World War II, European countries sought to rebuild their economies and ensure security. They needed a lot of help to revive industries, foods, including ensuring that Germany did not recover and the fear of the Soviet invasion. The United States, the world’s largest economic and military power, sees Europe as a place to build greatness and to curb the spread of communism. Seeing that Europe was starving, frightened, and sick, US Secretary of State George Marshall devised a major plan to revive the economies of European countries called Marshall Plan. The project not only provided Europe’s economic needs, but it also boosted European confidence in the United States.

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Due to the war in Europe, between Soviet-backed and US-backed, US Rep.​​ Parliamentary Arthur H. Vandenburg proposed that “the United States and Europe should have a collective security treaty, which means that an attack on a member, it will be considered as the attack on all members, and the member countries will join forces to fight the enemy.” Because the United States needed to form an external military alliance and Europe needed security, including a series of negotiations and relations, in 1949 the United States, Canada, and Western Europe, including France, Britain, reached an agreement called NATO. “In ancient Chinese martial arts, soft martial arts could be used to suppress the hard, but in world politics, only the strongest can be suppressed.”

NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty, founded in 1949 by the United States, Canada, and Western Europe nations to provide mutual security protection and opposition to the Soviet Union. NATO was the first military alliance formed after the war and gave the United States the opportunity to expand its power and influence in the West Pole, to gain control of Europe after taking control of the Asia-Pacific region by the bombing of Japan to surrender unconditionally.

After the devastating effects of World War II, European countries sought to rebuild their economies and ensure security. They needed a lot of help to revive industries, foods, including ensuring that Germany did not recover and the fear of the Soviet invasion. The United States, the world’s largest economic and military power, sees Europe as a place to build greatness and to curb the spread of communism. Seeing that Europe was starving, frightened, and sick, US Secretary of State George Marshall devised a major plan to revive the economies of European countries called Marshall Plan. The project not only provided Europe’s economic needs, but it also boosted European confidence in the United States.

Due to the war in Europe, between Soviet-backed and US-backed, US Rep.​​ Parliamentary Arthur H. Vandenburg proposed that “the United States and Europe should have a collective security treaty, which means that an attack on a member, it will be considered as the attack on all members, and the member countries will join forces to fight the enemy.” Because the United States needed to form an external military alliance and Europe needed security, including a series of negotiations and relations, in 1949 the United States, Canada, and Western Europe, including France, Britain, reached an agreement called NATO. “In ancient Chinese martial arts, soft martial arts could be used to suppress the hard, but in world politics, only the strongest can be suppressed.”

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