NATO History

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Can you name the significant NATO people/events?

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In 1966, this country left the alliance to pursue an independent defense policy.
In spring 2011, a civil conflict in this North African country led to a NATO mission to topple its oppressive government.
These two nations are the most recent additions to NATO, having joined as full members in April 2009.
In 1955, the admission of this country into NATO was seen as the alliance's first major challenge to the Soviet Union.
This Western European country joined NATO in 1982 after the collapse of its authoritarian government.
Slobodan Milosevic's military campaign in this region of Yugoslavia prompted NATO intervention in 1999.
This man is the current NATO Secretary General.
In 1974, a conflict on the island of Cyprus threatened the NATO alliance after these two countries nearly went to war.
This treaty, signed in 1949 in Washington, D.C., established NATO.
In its first, major post-Cold War military action, the alliance enforced a no-fly zone in this country from 1993-1996.

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