Why did the us solicit support from NATO and the organization of American states?
The US solicited support from NATO following the September 11, 2001 attacks under Article 5 of the North Atlantic treaty. This article requires NATO member states to aid any member state that has been attacked. This was the first and only time that Article 5 has been invoked.
What is the organization that provides for collective selfdefense cooperation and peace among Latin Americans?
Alberto Lleras Camargo has written: 'Reflexiones sobre la historia, el poder y la vida internacional' -- subject(s): Alliance for Progress, History, Organization of American States, Politics and government 'The Organization of American States' -- subject(s): Organization of American States 'Escritos selectos' -- subject(s): Politics and government 'El pensamiento social de Alberto Lleras' -- subject(s): Social conditions, Education, Economic conditions, Labor 'The inter-American way of life' -- subject(s): Organization of American States, Pan-Americanism
Some examples are: the African Union (AU), the European Union (EU), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Organization of American States (OAS), the Arab League, Asian Development Bank (ADB), European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Council of Europe (COE), Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO), Pan American Health Organization (PHO).
Christopher R. Thomas has written: 'Selected statements by Ambassador Christopher R. Thomas' -- subject(s): Organization of American States 'Selected statements' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, Organization of American States 'Student workbook to accompany Managerial economics, Maurice and Smithson'
Inis L. Claude has written: 'The OAS, the UN, and the United States' -- subject(s): International Mediation, Organization of American States, Regionalism (International organization) 'National minorities' -- subject(s): Minorities 'American approaches to world affairs' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, Foreign relations administration, International relations
The American Declaration of the Rights & Duties of Man was adopted at the Ninth International Conference of American States in Bogota, Columbia in April of 1948. The meeting was the same meeting that adopted the Charter of the Organization of American States, which created the OAS. This document was the world's first international human rights instrument of a general nature, and it was adopted by the nations of the Americas.
The United States did not support Shah Reza Pahlavi nor did they oppose him. The United States foreign policy prior to World War II (when Reza Pahlavi ruled) was minimal and therefore most American administrations did not have an issue or position with his leadership. The United States would come to support his son and successor Mohammed Reza Pahlavi as the Shah of Iran.