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Strategic Policy making for security pacts are undergoing constant changes. The structure of international system as well as the form and position of actors in the world politics play a key role in the ways and means of the big powers' strategic action. Regarding indications as such, emphasis can be put on the issue that in the post cold war era the North Atlantic Treaty Organization has attempted to harmonize a great spectrum of actors with its security objectives and on the other hand prepare grounds for strategic cooperation in dealing with regional crises. Indications of NATO security decision making in the regional crises can be taken into consideration within the framework of humanitarian actions as well as measures taken for countering terrorism.
This article attempts to determine procedures adopted by NATO in its security and strategic policy making in various geographical areas. The United States is making its best to design a new course of strategic and security policy making based on which it can prepare necessary grounds for controlling the regions with geopolitical significance and favorability. The crisis management model has been adopted in areas where the US and Europe's strategic and regional interests have been involved. Thereby, the geopolitical area of the crisis management should be recognized as to be the regions with strategic significance for big powers' interests.