Non Aligned Movement

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) was established when the leaders of 25 Non-Aligned countries plus 3 observers countries attended the 1st Conference of Heads of State or Government of the NAM (NAM Summit) at Belgrade, Yugoslavia from 1-6 September 1961. The establishment of the NAM was very much the brainchild of Yugoslavian President Tito, Egyptian President Nasser and Indian Prime Minister Nehru and coupled with the consolidated support of Indonesian President Soekarno and Ghanaian President Nkrumah. In essence, the NAM was the product of the Cold War. It was established out of fear of nuclear holocaust perceived as the eventual outcome of the Cold War between the US-led Western bloc against the USSR-led Eastern bloc which dominated the mainstream of world politics from late 1940s until early 1990s.
NAM Background Information

Fourteenth Summit of the Non Aligned Movement
Havana, Cuba, 16 September 2006
The Fourteenth Non Aligned Movement Summit took place from 11-16 September 2006 in Havana, Cuba. The Summit was attended by 56 heads of State or government and 90 foreign ministers, as well as other dignitaries and senior officials. The Summit adopted three outcome documents, namely:  Declaration on the Purposes and Principles and Role of the Non-Aligned Movement in the Present International Situation; Document on Methodology; and Final Document.

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