Chicago Summit, NATO & India: Lost Opportunity

Chicago Summit, NATO & India: Lost Opportunity North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) held its 25th Summit at Chicago. The main issue was commitment of members of the alliance and partner countries to Afghanistan in the long term. The results were on expected lines as the post Summit joint declaration reaffirmed operational employment till 2013 and physical presence up to 2014. Sustained engagement in the training and support format was envisaged beyond 2014. Leaders from NATO's 28 nations and 22 partners in the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) coalition participated in the Chicago Summit. NATO held a separate meeting with a group of 13 partner nations. This meeting was attended by wide spectrum of leaders from Australia to Austria, Finland, Georgia, Japan, Jordan,...
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