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    What is NATO? Why is it important?
    The U.S. has never adopted clear policy guidelines for the use of military force. In your view, why has this decision been made?
    What are the key components of the USA Patriot Act? Why does the Act generate concerns between liberty and security?
    The war on terrorism has added directly to the responsibilities of the military. How does this war promote national security?

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    NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and is an organization that includes the United States and a number Western European nations including Great Britain, Germany, France, etc. This organization is very important due to the fact that it helps to ensure the protection of the member nations from enemy attack or invasion through the unification of the combined most powerful military and economic forces in the world. The power that this organization encompasses helps to maintain peace and stability throughout this region and ...

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