North Atlantic Treaty Organization  – (nato) – an alliance of 26 countries from Europe and North America, dedicated to fulfilling the goals of the North Atlantic Treaty signed on 4 April 1949. The Council frequently collaborates with Alliance representatives on public outreach and educational initiatives, as well as policy-related projects.
Atlantic Treaty Association  – (ata) – a federation of national bodies aimed to enhance public awareness of the values of democracy, peace and security. As a founding member of the ata, the Council works with other associations in Europe and North America to promote dialogue and mutual understanding within the Euro-Atlantic region and between it and the Mediterranean area.
Youth Atlantic Treaty Association  – (Yata) – a section of the Atlantic Treaty Association dedicated to creating and strengthening dialogue and understanding between the youth of nato member and Partnership for Peace countries and the Alliance. As a founding member of the yata, the Council collaborates with other associations in Europe and North America to educate future leaders about the importance of international affairs and positive cooperation.
International Studies Association  – (isa) – a group of scholars and practitioners founded in 1959 to pursue mutual interests in international studies. The Council is accredited by isa as a Cooperating Organization. Cooperating Organizations promote communication and help to develop contacts among specialists and practitioners and facilitate exchange.
International Relations and Security Network  – (isn) – a free public service that provides a wide range of resources to encourage the exchange of information among international relations and security professionals worldwide. The Council acts as a Principal Partner of isn and shares its research and publications with the network.
Columbia International Affairs Online  – (ciao) – publishes a wide range of scholarship that includes working papers from university research institutes, occasional papers series from foundation-funded research projects, proceedings from conferences, books, journals and policy briefs. The Council provides its materials for inclusion in the on-line database.
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