Non aggression pact
Non aggression pact (NAP) is an agreement made by two nations that agree not to attack each other over a certain period of time. Other points can be addressed in a non aggression pact, such as stopping economic warfare against a nation. However the main purpose of a non aggression pact is to stop military action between two nations.
Famous examples of early non aggression pacts include:
- The non aggression pact formed between Indonesia and Pakistan on the 18th February 2008, this was one of the first non aggression pacts, it would eventually become a mutual protection pact between the two nations, in the alliance known as FIST.
- The non aggression pact formed between the USA and Canada after the US-Canadian war between the two nations as one of the main points in the peace treaty between the two nations.
- The non aggression pact agreed between Mexico and USA. Mexico used this pact to make the attack of Colombia easier for the USA, in a series of events known as the Colombia-Mexico War that led to the Colombia-USA War.