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THE EXPERIENCE OF GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR THE MIDDLE EAST

Artem Blashchanitsa

International cooperation on WMD nonproliferation is making first tentative steps in the Middle East. The theory of cooperation is being tested in practice by the project to destroy the Syrian chemical weapons stockpiles.

But are opportunities for cooperation limited to Syria only?


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Moscow, PIR Center, 2014

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