Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies
Author(s): Mahmoud Gamal
Original Link: https://en.eipss-eg.org/likely-arab-nato-amid-recent-exercises-in-egypt/
The idea of formation of Arab military alliances is not new, but it dates back to 1950 AD, when several Arab military alliances were formed, including alliances aimed at achieving strategic objectives, and those targeting fulfillment of tactical objectives, such as:
– On 17 June 1950, the Arab League announced that the “Treaty of Joint Defense and Economic Cooperation Between the States of the Arab League” was approved by the governments of Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen, Syria and Saudi Arabia.
Over the past five years, there have been attempts to establish joint Arab military alliances in the region for achieving certain objectives, most notably the so-called “Arab NATO” that the United States is currently trying to establish in the region.
What are the dimensions of objectives and future paths of this idea?
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