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On September 14, 2017, Riga, Latvia, hosted an international seminar “The West and Russia: Changing Euro-Atlantic Security Landscapes?”. The seminar was organized by the Latvian Institute of International Affairs. LIIA Director Andris Spruds chaired and mediated the event.    

On September 14, 2017, Riga, Latvia, hosted an international seminar “The West and Russia: Changing Euro-Atlantic Security Landscapes?”. The seminar was organized by the Latvian Institute of International Affairs. LIIA Director Andris Spruds chaired and mediated the event.    

Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, represented Russia at the event. At the Q&A session he had an interesting discussion with the President of Latvia (2007–2011) Valdis Zatlers about the prospects for conventional arms control in Europe.

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