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Commonwealth of Independent States


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Commonwealth of Independent States

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Commonwealth of Independent States

Commonwealth of Independent States

Commonwealth of Independent States

Commonwealth of Independent States

Commonwealth of Independent States

Commonwealth of Independent States

Commonwealth of Independent States

Economic Court of the Commonwealth of Independent States

Koreans in the Commonwealth of Independent States

Politics and the Rule of Law in the Commonwealth of Independent States

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Review: The Law of Treaties in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Text and Commentary
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Science-industry links in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States: conventional policy wisdom facing reality

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UN doc. A/52/274 (7 August 1997) General Assembly, Fifty-second session Follow-up to the Regional Conference to Address the Problems of Refugees, Displaced Persons, Other Forms of Involuntary Displacement and Returnees in the Countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States and Relevant Neighbouring States

Document. UN General Assembly resolution 53/123, 9 December 1998: follow-up to the regional conference to address the problems of refugees, displaced persons, other forms of involuntary displacement and returnees in the countries of the Commonwealth of independent states and relevant neighbouring states

 

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A confederation of independent states, formerly among the constituent republics of the Soviet Union, established in 1991 following a summit in the Belorussian city of Brest at which the USSR was dissolved. The 12 member-states are Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus (Belorussia), Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova (Moldavia), Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. The administrative headquarters of the CIS is in the Belarussian city of Minsk.

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