A new building for a new NATO
NATO has embarked upon an ambitious reform agenda. At the Prague Summit on November 21 and 22, 2002, Heads of State and Government endorsed:
- a significant round of NATO enlargement and the forging of new and deepening relationships with NATO's Partners;
- the reform of NATO's internal management structures and working methods;
- the development of new military capabilities and measures to deal with terrorism and other future threats such as the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
In this climate of revision and reform, NATO's new Headquarters must be an essential backbone, designed and constructed as a flexible, functional facility which can manage the impact of change successfully without upheaval or disruption.
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