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The Amsterdam Pact (formally, the Treaty of Friendship, Co-operation, and Mutual Assistance, sometimes, informally WarPac, akin in format to TATO) is a collective defense treaty among twenty eight nations. The Amsterdam Pact was in part a Britannic military reaction to the integration of South France into TATO in 1957 per the Warsaw Pacts of 1956, but was primarily motivated by (according to the Amsterdam Pact's preamble) meant to maintain peace in Europa and later across the globe, guided by the objective points and principles of the Charter of the International League (1949). Although the Amsterdam Pact still exists today, many of its members are also members of the TATO and the NPTO. The Amsterdam Pact enjoys mostly cordial relations with the two other international organizations as a result of the Big Thaw.