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Question 1:
When was NATO formed?
2 cars per trainset
1958 Switzerland

Question 2: This action led to ________ protests throughout Western Europe.
PacifismOpposition to the Iraq WarAnti-warPeace movement

Question 3:
Where are the headquarters of NATO?
Rue du Commerce 39-41, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Brussels, Belgium
1000 Brussels, Belgium
ASP 08 G 138, Rue Wiertz, Brussels B-1047, Belgium

Question 4: [5] Since the ________, NATO has attempted to refocus itself to new challenges and has deployed troops to Afghanistan as well as trainers to Iraq.
September 11 attacksOsama bin LadenUnited Airlines Flight 93Al-Qaeda

Question 5: [26] At the April 2008 summit in Bucharest, Romania, NATO agreed to the accession of Croatia and ________ and invited them to join.
Bosnia and HerzegovinaSerbiaTurkeyAlbania

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer meeting George W. Bush on 20 March 2006.
  NATO planes engaged in aerial bombardments during Operation Deliberate Force after the Srebrenica massacre.
  Individual Partnership Action Plans were launched at the 2002 Summit in Prague.
  The 11 September attacks caused NATO to invoke its collective defence article for the first time.

Question 7: Lajes Field, in the Portuguese ________, is an important transatlantic staging post.
Saint HelenaAzoresPortugalMadeira

Question 8: GLCM ________ and Pershing II theatre nuclear weapons in Europe.
Anti-ballistic missileCruise missileAnti-ship missileAir-to-air missile

Question 9:
Who of the following is/was the leader of NATO?

Question 10: [17] On 7 May 2008, ________ held an interview with Gorbachev in which he repeated his view that such a commitment had been made.
The GuardianThe IndependentThe Daily TelegraphThe Times

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