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Central Treaty Organization

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  • At the same time, the United States established a series of regional military pact organizations, including the Central Treaty Organization in the Middle East (See 1959, March 24) and the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (See Sept. 8) as a part of its broad policy of containment.

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  • The BAGHDAD PACT, which created the basis for the Central Treaty Organization in the U.S. system of regional alliances, was signed by Turkey and Iraq.

    1955

  • Pakistan lost half its territory after the Indian intervention and despite Pakistan being a signatory of Western defence pacts, such as the Central Treaty Organization and the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization, the US and other nations looked on in the opposite direction.

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  • The Central Treaty Organization or CENTO was an organization during the

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  • The Central Treaty Organization (CENTO) was a defense alliance between Turkey, Iran, Pakistan and Great Britain.

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  • Another organization, the Central Treaty Organization (CENTO), brought together the United States, Great Britain,

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