RIGA - On Nov. 23, The Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA) convened to discuss the Central Asia-NATO partnership. The institute’s panels — featuring concise and thoughtful statements from local and foreign experts on a particular topic or region — have become a regular fixture in the glass hall of the Bergs Hotel in Riga. Judging by the crowd in attendance, they also continue to be a fixed event on the calendars of Latvia’s diplomats, politicians, and university students alike.
However, the topic of this particular ...
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