Has NATO lost its significance?

Discussion in 'Europe and Russia' started by A.V., Apr 11, 2009.

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Has NATO lost its significance after 60 years of its existence

  1. NATO is a dead organisation

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  2. NATO still has a powerful say

    8 vote(s)
    57.1%
  3. It will re-emerge as a powerhouse

    1 vote(s)
    7.1%
  4. Does not matter/not interested

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    7.1%
  1. Yusuf

    Yusuf GUARDIAN Administrator

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    Well I was just comparing it's relavance more than anything else
     
  2. Skippy

    Skippy Regular Member

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    NATO I think has run its course, I am not a fan of the New World Order.
     
  3. tito

    tito New Member

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    NATO probably has lost its relevance. And I feel that NATO isn't all that politically united, especially the major powers.
     
  4. pyromaniac

    pyromaniac Founding Member

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    Of late the world is becoming more and more polar...something akin to the cold war and so there is definitely a need for NATO. I guess the effectiveness of NATO depends on the continued dominance of the US Military because in essence they form the backbone of NATO. Heck, it is even written in the NATO "constitution" that it will be led by an American commander.
     

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