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The Trade Unions and NATO

The Canadian edition (with a preface by Mr Donald Macdonald, Secretary-Treasurer of the Canadian Labour Congress) of a pamphlet addressed to Trade Unionists in order to examine the significance of NATO for organised labour, to bring out some of the problems of common concern to Trade Unions and to NATO, and, finally, to urge upon trade unionists the reasons for studying the future development of the Atlantic Community.

The Trade Unions and NATO

The second edition of a pamphlet addressed to Trade Unionists in order to examine the significance of NATO for organised labour, to bring out someof the problems of common concern to Trade Unions and to NATO, and, finally, to urge upon trade unionists the reasons for studying the future development of the Atlantic Community.

The Reader’s Guide to the NATO Summit in Washington 23-25 April 1999

This brochure brings together all official texts and declarations issued in the context of the Washington Summit. Each of these is reproduced in its entirety and represents the formal views of the Alliance and of the countries participating in the various Washington meetings.A number of background texts are also included in this compilation. They provide additional historical information or clarification of Alliance programmes and ac...

The Future Tasks of the Alliance. NATO, “Harmel Report” / Les tâches futures de L’Alliance. OTAN, “Rapport Harmel”

A report describing the future tasks, goals and strategies of NATO, including their adaptability and the vitality of the alliance. // Une rapprt sur les futures tâches, buts et strateges de l'OTAN, et la souplesse et la vitalité de l'alliance.

The Eurogroup

Second edition of a pamphlet on the Eurogroup. The pamphlet gives anaccount of its development, its achievements and its current activities. The account illustrates how, in an informal and pragmatic way and with the minimum of bureaucratic apparatus, the Eurogroup has been able to make a number of substantive European contributions to the common defence.

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