19 Entries

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NATO 2099 graphic novel imagines the future of the Alliance

In 2024, NATO is celebrating its 75th anniversary. At this key milestone, the NATO Defense College (NDC) is looking ahead to 75 years in the future, imagining what NATO – and the world – will look like in 2099.
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NATO Secretary General concludes landmark 75th Anniversary Washington Summit

On Thursday (11 July 2024), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wrapped up NATO’s 75th Anniversary Summit in Washington, D.C. At the Summit, Allies made decisions to further strengthen deterrence and defence, bolster long-term support to Ukraine and deepen global partnerships.
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Secretary General celebrates NATO’s 75th anniversary with Allied leaders on the eve of the Washington Summit

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg celebrated NATO's 75th anniversary with US President Joe Biden and all other Allied Heads of State and Government in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday (9 July 2024).
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Meet Lieutenant General Ferenc Kajári, the first Hungarian KFOR commander

Lieutenant General Ferenc Kajári understands the value of NATO better than most people. Two years ago, he led the Kosovo Force (KFOR), a NATO-led peace-support operation aimed to maintain peace and stability in Kosovo. Earlier in his career, in 1996, he was deployed to NATO’s peacekeeping mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He also contributed to Hungary’s accession to NATO in 1999. What was it like to live through these historical milestones? And what were his main goals when commanding the Alliance’s longest-standing mission, which is marking its 25th anniversary in 2024?
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NATO Through Time podcast – A political-military alliance with Lt Gen Hans-Werner Wiermann

The NATO Through Time podcast dives deep into NATO’s history, reflecting on how the past influences the present – and future – of the longest-lasting alliance in history. This episode features Lt Gen Hans-Werner Wiermann, who served as Director General of NATO’s International Military Staff (DGIMS) from 2019 until 2022.
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Deputy Secretary General visits Germany ahead of NATO Summit

NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană underlined the importance of boosting Allies’ resilience against sabotage and cyber-attacks during a speech at the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin on Thursday (16 May 2024). “We need to be more resilient and better prepared to counter and contest hostile actions or attacks”, he said.
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NATO Through Time podcast – Who leads NATO? with Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

The NATO Through Time podcast dives deep into NATO’s history, reflecting on how the past influences the present – and future – of the longest-lasting alliance in history. This episode features Jens Stoltenberg, the former Prime Minister of Norway who has served as Secretary General of NATO since 2014.
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NATO Deputy Secretary General addresses the Brussels Forum about “NATO at 75”

In a panel discussion at the German Marshall Fund’s Brussels Forum on Thursday (18 April 2024), Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană underlined the importance of the NATO Alliance throughout its 75-year history. The Deputy Secretary General spoke at a two part panel, titled “NATO at 75: Past, Present, Future” and was joined by Lord Robertson, former NATO Secretary General.
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Deputy Secretary General praises Italy’s role in NATO, calls for strengthened cooperation with partners

Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană concluded a visit with NATO Permanent Representatives to Italy on Tuesday (16 April 2024) with an address in Rome marking the Alliance’s 75th anniversary. Speaking at the Società Italiana per l’Organizzazione Internazionale (SIOI), Mr Geoană praised Italy’s role in NATO, calling Italy an “indispensable Ally.”
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Meet Oana Lungescu, the longest-serving and first woman NATO Spokesperson

In 2010, Oana Lungescu became the first woman, first former journalist and first person born in the former Eastern Bloc to take up the position of NATO Spokesperson. Over her 13-year tenure, Oana served two Secretaries General and oversaw the Alliance’s communications at significant milestones in Euro-Atlantic security. But how did Oana’s childhood in communist Romania impact her journey to NATO? What did the fall of the Berlin Wall mean for her? And how has NATO’s relationship with Russia evolved during her tenure?

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