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Andrey Gubin: Russia and India - common security agenda

In 1947, several months before official claiming of Indian Independence, Soviet Union became the very first nation acknowledged New India. In 1971 Moscow and Delhi signed Treaty on Peace, Friendship and Cooperation which was resumed in 1993 due to Soviet Union collapse and complemented in 2000 by Declaration on Strategic Partnership, stressing special format of relationship.  The most significant spheres of mutual cooperation traditionally are both global and regional security, conflict peaceful...

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06.10.2017 03:38:29

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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
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