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The iSi Index - a Comprehensive Index of International Security – in September-December 2010: The Autumn of Détente

Galiya Ibragimova

Events of the autumn of 2010 were in line with the overall trends of that year. The global security focus remained firmly on the Middle East, the Korean peninsula, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan. Members of the PIR Center International Expert Group – Evgeny Buzhinsky, Konstantin von Eggert, Abdulaziz Sager, Evgeny Satanovsky, Farkhod Tolipov,– comment on the recent world events.

The iSi Index - a Comprehensive Index of International Security – in September-December 2010: The Autumn of Détente


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SECURITY INDEX №1 (94), 2011

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