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Belarus joins the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty as a non-nuclear weapons state.
22.07.1993

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22.07.2014

“The latest events related to the destruction of civil airliner of Malaysian airlines in Ukraine even more seriously aggravate and deepen instability and had a direct impact on the global atmosphere of security. It is difficult to predict how events will unfold after the situation around shot down airliner. Most likely the blame for the incident would lay on the separatists in the eastern Ukraine. As Moscow supports them, for Russia - this situation will be accompanied by high emotional background”, - Member of the Royal Institute of International Relations, journalist Konstantin von Eggert.

18.07.2014

«It is a great honor for me to become a member of PIR Center Executive Board. I have been cooperating with Vladimir Orlov and his colleagues for a long time. PIR Center is well known as one of the leading international analytical institutions, and I will apply all my efforts to contribute to the development of the organization», – professor of the Department of Integrated Communications at the National Research University - Higher School of Economics, PIR Center Executive Board Member Dr. Dmitry Evstafiev.

15.07.2014

“Another important trend that should be taken into account when talking about Eurasian integration is the inevitability of power transition and the rise of a new generation of leaders in countries that participate in the integration processes in the post-Soviet space. It is difficult to predict how smoothly and painlessly this period of transition will pass. This is a serious issue to overcome”, – Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council, Andrey Kortunov.

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