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SEATO

 (sē′tō)
abbr.
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization

SEATO

(ˈsiːtəʊ)
acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Southeast Asia Treaty Organization

SEATO

(ˈsi toʊ)

n.
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization.

SEATO

South-East Asia Treaty Organization, set up in 1954 by Australia, Britain, France, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, and US to combat Communism. Dissolved 1977.
Translations

SEATO

[ˈsiːtəʊ] N ABBR =Southeast Asia Treaty OrganizationOTASE f

SEATO

[ˈsiːtəʊ] n abbr (=Southeast Asia Treaty Organization) → OTASE f(= Organisation du traité de l'Asie du Sud-Est)seat of learning nhaut lieu m de l'éducationsea trout ntruite f de mersea turtle n (US)tortue f de mer, tortue f marinesea urchin noursin msea view n (British)vue f sur la mersea wall ndigue fsea water neau f de mer

SEATO

abbr (Hist) of South-East Asia Treaty OrganizationSEATO f

SEATO

[ˈsiːtəʊ] n abbr =South East Asia Treaty OrganizationS.E.A.T.O. f
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Students in the 1960s were taught that Seato was like the Holy Roman Empire.
In 1952, the UN sponsored a resolution for cancel of the chosen of Chinese representation's issue, Pakistan abstained from voting on the resolution, Pakistan signed SEATO and CENTO pacts in 1954 and 1955 and it affected Pakistan's relations with Communist States.
Later, Pakistan joint the military alliances - Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) in 1954, Central Treaty Organization (CENTO) in 1955 and the Joint Defense Treaty with the U.S.A in 1959.
In 1954, Pakistan became a member of SENTO and SEATO and thus became an ally of United States.
To cage the red dragon: SEATO and the defence of Southeast Asia 1955-1965
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In his speech to the closing session of the conference on April 24, the Chinese premier noted that he had, two days earlier, visited his Pakistani counterpart, Muhammad Ali Bogra, who had assured him "that Pakistan did not join the Manila Pact (the US-sponsored entity founded in 1954 and subsequently better known as the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization, or Seato) for the purpose of opposing China, nor does Pakistan suspect China of having aggressive intentions.
The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), conceived as a military alliance against the spread of communism, also served as an instrument of soft power, winning loyalties through education and cultural programs.
We have had so much trouble in this friendship that that would require a separate article for I would start from Seato and Cento the two treaties that we went in with Dulles for containing communism.
In 1954, the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) was founded in Manila by the United States, France, Britain, New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Pakistan.
In this case, his specific target was the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), organized by the United States with the membership of the United Kingdom, Australia, France, New Zealand, Pakistan, and the Philippines.
Although Kennedy's Laotian policies were preempted by his assassination, Rust reveals that the president was bedeviled by the complexity of American foreign aid, Laotian intrigue, Russian and North Vietnamese mischief, and the potential of military intervention involving US and SEATO forces.