The NATO Encyclopedia is a compilation of archived online topic pages which explain every aspect of the Organization: its origin and fundamental security tasks, policies and decision-making processes, peace-support and crisis-management operations and how the Alliance tackles threats and develops capabilities. They also cover NATO’s partnerships and cooperative activities, its civilian and military structures, and specialised organisations and agencies, as well as NATO’s wider activities.
NATO A-Z (Topic pages)
All about NATO in the form of a thematic index.
A compilation of archived online topic pages which explain every aspect of the Organization: its origin and fundamental security tasks, policies and decision-making processes, peace-support and crisis-management operations and how the Alliance tackles threats and develops capabilities. The pages also cover NATO’s partnerships and cooperative activities, its civilian and military structures, and specialised organisations and agencies, as well as NATO’s wider activities.
NATO Publications (formerly 'e-Bookshop')
A selection of NATO electronic publications available in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF)
NATO Archives Online
Currently provides users with the opportunity to explore the first 10 years of the Alliance’s history through the Committee documents of the North Atlantic Council and its sub-committees.
On 16 January 2015, over 23.000 new documents have been uploaded to NATO Archives Online covering three major areas previously unavailable on the web.
STANAGS, AACP, AAP, AASTP, AECTP, AEDP, AJP, AOP, AQAP, ARMP, ATP, AdatP
NATO Standardization Office
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org or send a written request addressed to : NATO Standardization Office, NATO HQ, 1110 Brussels, Belgium
New official NATO Terminology Database coordinated by the NATO Terminology Office (NTO) - which is part of NATO Standardization Office (NSO). NATOTerm contains non-classified military terminology, as well as non-military terminology relevant to NATO. NATOTerm will become "one-stop shop" for all terminology.
NATO Official Texts
Official texts of the Alliance, from the Treaty and its protocols to the Partnership for Peace documents, as well as the complete texts of all NATO Ministerial Communiqués since 1949.
NATO Basic Texts
A thematic overview of NATO's most important official texts: from the Treaty and its protocols to the Partnership for Peace
Other NATO Official Documents
E-mail : email@example.com or send a written request addressed to : Head of Registry, NATO HQ, 1110 Brussels, Belgium
NATO Logistics Handbook (November 2012)
The NATO Logistics Handbook is published under the auspices of the LogisticsCommittee (LC) and aims to introduce logisticians at every level to some ofNATO’s basic principles, policies, concepts and the organisations which they willencounter in the course of their work.
NATO Operations Assessment Handbook (July 2015)
This handbook defines and describes operations assessment principles, procedures and techniques in NATO, within the construct of operations planning, and should be used in conjunction with the Comprehensive Operations Planning Directive (COPD).
Presenting his Annual Report on 15 March 2018, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that “in an unpredictable world, the Alliance is stepping up to keep our nations safe”.
Published by NATO Allied Command Transformation, the Strategic Foresight Analysis (SFA) 2017 Report builds upon the SFA 2013 and 2015 Update Reports and provides a wide-ranging shared understanding of the future security environment. The SFA describes the future NATO expects to unfold to 2035 and beyond, depicted as political, social, technological, economic, and environmental trends. Where trends may move in diverging directions, an alternative view is provided to maintain utmost objectivity. It is based on a review of many national, think tank, international organisations and industry future studies. Sources also comprised studies from non-NATO countries, including China and India, and South Asian partners such as Australia.
A Report Produced by an independent Group of Senior Experts (18 April 2017). The Group of Senior Experts (GSE) was appointed by the Secretary General on 20 October 2016 to provide independent advice and recommendations, in response to two recent performance audit reports by the International Board of Auditors for NATO (IBAN), which highlighted the need for improved governance arrangements.
A practical guide to working with the NATO brand.
The goal of the introductory Digital Media Management Guide is to help our community accomplish this intent by streamlining, standardising and synchronising digital media management.