Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) is an international organization, which is made up of 118 developing countries. The states considering themselves not formally aligned with or against any major power bloc and aims to represent the political, economic and cultural interests of the developing world
Origins of Non-Aligned Movement derived from a 1955 of 29 Asian and African countries meeting at which heads of state discussed common concerns, including colonialism and the influence of the West.
Meanwhile, first Conference Non-Aligned Heads of State, at which 25 countries were represented, was convened at Belgrade in September 1961, largely through the initiative of Yugoslavian President Tito, who had expressed concern that an accelerating arms race might result in war between the Soviet Union and the USA.
Background of Non-Aligned Movement
The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) is an international organization of states considering themselves not formally aligned with or against any major power bloc
Origins and principles of Non-Aligned Movement
Independent countries, who chose not to join any of the Cold War blocs, were also known as nonaligned nations
Non-Aligned Movement organizational structure & membership
While the Non-Aligned Movement is an organization of united countries, much like the United Nations or NATO, it is unique to some of these organizations in its organization and structure
Policies and ideology of Non-Aligned Movement
Secretaries General of the Non-Aligned Movement had included such diversified figures as Suharto, an authoritarian anti-communist, and Nelson Mandela, a democratic socialist and famous anti-apartheid activist.
15th summit of Non-Aligned Movement in Egypt
Heads of state or government from member countries of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) gathered here from July 11-16 for the 15th Non-Aligned Movement summit with focus on diplomatic, economic, development and social issues.
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