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NATO-Decisive Shift

for the PSUs and freeing them of bureaucratic controls to promote their overall efficiency and productivity. NATO Decisive Shift THOSE who were expecting a diminution in the significance of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) after the collapse of communism in the Soviet Union and eastern Europe are in for a minor surprise: not only are there no indications of its role being watered down, the 16-member organisation is actually set to expand in size. Or so it seems from the recent two- day meeting of the NATO leaders at Brussels. And one of the countries which would be able to join the organisation at some time in future is Russia.

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