|09 Dec. 2015 ||
“The Grandmother of Kabul” pays a special visit to the NATO Archives
The 2015 Archives Committee meeting held at NATO HQ in Brussels provided an appropriate setting to welcome an extraordinary guest. International archivist and activist Nancy Hatch Dupree, affectionately known as the “Grandmother of Kabul”, was invited by the NATO Archives for two special speaking engagements to share her experiences about the establishment of the Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University (ACKU). Home to Afghanistan’s most comprehensive collection of historical documents and artefacts, the ACKU represents the culmination of Nancy Dupree’s archival work since she first arrived in the country in 1962.
|18 Dec. 2014 ||
1990 Summit: a turning point in 'East-West' relations
The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 led to radical changes to security in Europe. As early as July 1990, NATO leaders discussed the impact of this historic event at the London Summit, outlining proposals for developing cooperation with the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. “(…) The Cold War belongs to history, our Alliance is moving from confrontation to co-operation” stated NATO Secretary General Manfred Wörner in his opening comments.
|27 Feb. 2009 ||
NATO at 60 – Exploring NATO’s Past Through its Archives
On 13 March 2009, the NATO Archives Committee will celebrate NATO’s 60th anniversary and the 10th anniversary of the Archives’ establishment with a commemorative event at NATO Headquarters in Brussels.
|12 Dec. 2006 ||
50th Anniversary of the Report of the Committee of Three on Non-Military Co-operation in NATO
To mark the 50th anniversary of the adoption by the North Atlantic Council in ministerial session of the Report of the Committee of Three on Non-Military Co-operation in NATO, the NATO Archives is posting online the complete collection of the documents p
|04 Aug. 2004 ||
Historic NATO documents now available online
<p>The NATO Archives, working in co-operation with the Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw Pact, has recently placed 250 records relating to the so-called 'Harmel Report' on the World Wide Web.</p>
|19 May. 1999 ||
Opening of NATO Archives