It is our aim to make NATO Watch the most visited web site concerned with NATO issues in the world. It is the hub of our work and it is in constant development. It was built by Netuxo and designed by Alex Tranda.
On this site you will find extensive news briefings and analysis, details of the latest events run or sponsored by NATO Watch, reports on issues concerned with NATO and transatlantic security, our research projects, statements issued by NATO Watch in response to current events and policy developments and a record of what we are doing in the media arena.
Every item that appears on this site is categorised into at least one of the 17 policy areas that NATO Watch works in and across. These are listed in the drop-down menu on the left-hand side of the site, and they cross reference with news, reports and so on.
You can also get RSS feeds of most of the content on the site, giving you instant updates on your website or desktop for NATO Watch’s news briefs, comments and press releases. Just go to the relevant section of the site and click on the orange button. [See also 'What is RSS?' at the foot of this page]
If you are looking for free and independent NATO-based news content that automatically updates and keeps visitors informed and also keeps them returning to your site, then look no further.
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Rich Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication. So-called feed-reading sites or programmes can make it much quicker for you to look at all your favourite websites, blogs, news sites and podcasts - by sending them instantly to a folder in your email (or to your website). You can then see them all in one go without having to go and visit each site in turn, which means you have more time to do other things. And you can quickly delete what you don't want or don't have time for. It couldn't be simpler. Just click on the orange icon and follow the instructions.