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  • This was not only evident in the vigor and persistence with which he pursued the idea which gave rise to the Baghdad Pact (presently known as CENTO or Central Treaty Organization) but also in the way that he viewed alliances in general.

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  • This was not only evident in the vigor and persistence with which he pursued the idea which gave rise to the Baghdad Pact (presently known as CENTO or Central Treaty Organization) but also in the way that he viewed alliances in general.

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  • The Monroe Doctrine since the 19th century offers ample evidence, and then add the Truman Doctrine, NATO and the now-forgotten CENTO and SEATO.

    Stanley Kutler: The March of Obama's Empire

  • The Monroe Doctrine since the 19th century offers ample evidence, and then add the Truman Doctrine, NATO and the now-forgotten CENTO and SEATO.

    Stanley Kutler: The March of Obama's Empire

  • The commander of CENTO forces, Admiral William Fallon is quoted as having said we "will not go to war with Iran on my watch."

    Coleen Rowley: Dangers of a Cornered George Bush

  • Last week I was honoured to receive a hand written note from Baron Healey Rt Hon Dennis Healey, formerly Secretary of State of Defence to who's office my Uncle was posted in the late 1960's at the Ministry of Defence prior to his appointment as Senior British Officer at CENTO in Turkey in 1973.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Last week I was honoured to receive a hand written note from Baron Healey Rt Hon Dennis Healey, formerly Secretary of State of Defence to who's office my Uncle was posted in the late 1960's at the Ministry of Defence prior to his appointment as Senior British Officer at CENTO in Turkey in 1973.

    The Brigadier

  • You need somebody like a George Bush to come along and say this is our challenge for this generation and then start to put together coalitions, as was done in the post-World War II period, with the creation of NATO, ANZUS, CETO and CENTO.

    A Conversation With Colin Powell

  • You need somebody like a George Bush to come along and say this is our challenge for this generation and then start to put together coalitions, as was done in the post-World War II period, with the creation of NATO, ANZUS, CETO and CENTO.

    A Conversation With Colin Powell

  • You need somebody like a George Bush to come along and say this is our challenge for this generation and then start to put together coalitions, as was done in the post-World War II period, with the creation of NATO, ANZUS, CETO and CENTO.

    A Conversation With Colin Powell

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