No, not currently.
A full list of member countries can be found on their website here: http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natolive/nato_countries.htm
by Deforest 4 years ago
for our needs.If it is not power superseding over the law what is it? What is it that a little senator can decide who NATO will military aggress for our overconsumption? Is it what is cooking for us in the future? Isn't it a legitimate way to banalize our aggression to countries like Syria? After...
by Ikram 4 years ago
The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Have Been Found - Part 5The Tribes of Asher, Napthali and Dan Have Been Found and Exist Today.Today we will continue with our research for more of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. We now know where these last three Tribes are today. Asher, Napthali, and the Tribe of Dan...
by CONSCIOUSNINJA 6 years ago
Hey everyone! Do you know of any contractual or hourly basis jobs that you can do from home without having to live in a particular country?Anything you have tried or are currently doing - that works?Any suggestions welcome
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
The Palestinian Authority is expected to win an upgrade of its observer status at the United Nations on Thursday from "entity" to "non-member state," which would amount to implicit U.N. recognition of the sovereign state of Palestine.WHAT IS NON-MEMBER STATE STATUS?The...
by prettydarkhorse 6 years ago
Is NATO still relevant these days?NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) as a military alliance was created in 1949. Its main objective was to secure and maintain stability plus cooperation among its member countries - Euro - Atlantic countries. What should be its role in the future?
by Don W 23 months ago
Cambridge Analytica is a data company currently in talks for a lucrative contract to help boost the Trump White House’s messaging. The company is also in talks with the Trump Organization for a contract to help boost its sales (1)(2).Chief strategist to Trump's White House, Steve Bannon, is...
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