North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Warsaw Pact
Since the Communist and non-Communist members of the United Nations were mutually hostile and distrustful, many heads of state felt that they would do well to form smaller international unions for their mutual protection. Two such organizations were formed; the members agreed that if any nation in the group were attacked, all the others would come to its defense.
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