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Mar 11, 2015 One of NATO's founding principles, embodied in the fifth clause of the 1949 Washington Treaty, says that “an armed attack on one or more [members] shall be considered an attack on all” and that members will assist the victim(s) of such an attack “forthwith”. But what does Article 5 actually require of NATO allies?

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