NATO Documents and Publications:

NATO Documents and Publications

Compiled by Dr. A. David Mangelsdorff. Copyright 1998-99, A. David Mangelsdorff. All Rights Reserved.
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The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) publishes a number of documents, handbooks, reports, scientific proceedings, speeches, news releases, texts, and fact sheets. An on-line library is available.

Enclosed are the assembled presentations and papers from recent NATO Partnership for Peace (PfP) workshops. To go through the proceedings for the 1995 PfP workshop, press 1995. To see the 1997 PfP workshop proceedings, press 1997. You will be able to view and read reports; find addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail contacts; and view photographs of the PfP participants. Links to NATO colloquia and Civil Emergency seminars (humanitarian co-operation) are included.

If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed to read .pdf files, you can download it from Adobe. If you need to upgrade your browser or plugins, go to Download software. This will allow you to read the .rtf and PowerPoint files.

To see a PfP workshop presentation, please click on word "view" or to read the report, click "read." If there are several file elements, click on each one separately.

If you wish to translate any of this information or presentations from English to another language, you must first log on to the Internet then follow the instructions below to select the appropriate option. For example, after you have viewed one of the articles, notice the URL (Internet) address, copy it down, then return to the translation page and enter the URL address of the article you wish translated. Follow the instructions.

Any comments or suggestions are welcome. Send comments to Dr. Dave Mangelsdorff at U.S. Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Healthcare Administration, Center for Healthcare Education and Studies, U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, United States of America; work telephone is 1-210-221-6756. You can visit virtually; all are welcome. Enjoy!