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Nomination of new IBAN Board Member, Michael Gaul

Michael Gaul, born in 1959 in Bad Kreuznach, Germany. He was appointed by the North Atlantic Council as Board Member of the International Board of Auditors as of 1 August 2021.
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Life after service in Ukraine: NATO experts discuss how to best support women soldiers’ civilian reintegration

Hanging up the military uniform to reintegrate to civilian life can be a challenging transition. Unique and personal circumstances mark the path of active-duty soldiers seeking to transition into society. With greater participation of women in the armed forces, understanding how they experience this transition is essential.
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Conference of National Armaments Directors meets

The Conference of National Armaments Directors (CNAD) met on Tuesday and Wednesday (26-27 October 2021) for its Autumn Plenary with representatives from Allied and Interoperability Platform (IP) partners, as part of its regular cycle of meetings.
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NATO Secretary General meets with Foreign Minister of Israel

Today (12 July 2021), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met at NATO Headquarters with H.E. Yair Lapid, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Alternate Prime Minister of Israel. They discussed a range of issues related to NATO-Israel relations.
14 Jun. 2021

Brussels Summit Communiqué issued by the Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Brussels 14 June 2021

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Changing lives and the security landscape – how NATO and partner countries are cooperating on advanced technologies

Advanced technologies are rapidly transforming the world – including the security landscape – and are one of the major agenda items of the 2021 NATO Summit in Brussels and the NATO 2030 initiative. With support from NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme, civilian scientists and research institutions in NATO member and partner countries are working together to mitigate risks and embrace opportunities presented by advanced technologies, including emerging and disruptive technologies (EDTs) such as quantum and autonomous systems.
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Coronavirus response: Austrian and Italian scientists join forces to strengthen health and safety in workplaces

Today (27 May 2021) marks the launch of a joint project by two Italian and Austrian universities aimed at enhancing health and safety on the workplace, in response to new challenges posed by the COVID-19 global pandemic.
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NATO and Algeria strengthen scientific cooperation against terrorism

Today (17 May 2021) marked the successful conclusion of the first scientific cooperation activity between NATO and Algeria, developing technological solutions relevant to the fight against terrorism. This represents an important milestone in NATO’s engagement in the Middle East and North Africa.
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Maintaining NATO’s Technological Edge - A Snapshot of the work of NATO Researchers

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NATO launches call for interns for 2022

As an international organisation, NATO is characterised by diversity. People from different backgrounds and cultures, with different work styles and ways of thinking, work here. The Alliance’s Internship Programme offers opportunities to experience this international environment through a variety of fields including communications, finance, human resources, international relations, IT, law and political science. The 19th cycle of the programme opened on 17 March 2021 for placement in 2022. Applications will be accepted until 2 May 2021.

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