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  • Affiliation : Odessa Center for Nonproliferation
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SOCHI 2014: G8 MUST SET A NEW BENCHMARK FOR GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP

Vladimir Orlov, Alexander Cheban

Sochi 2014 is not just about the Olympics. It is also about the June 2014 summit of the G8. WMD nonproliferation will not be at the very top of the agenda; that place has been reserved for the challenges posed by mass migration. Nevertheless, it will be one of the central topics of the summit.


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Moscow, PIR Center, 2014

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