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China and the Baltic States: strategic challenges and security dilemmas for Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia

Central and Eastern European Countries , Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs, pp. 50-52. Berzina-Cerenkova, U. (2018). China’s New Role in the Baltic States. Baltic Bulletin (Foreign Policy Research Institute), 30 January. [online] Available at https://www.fpri.org/article/2018/01/chinas-new-role-baltic-states/ . [Accessed 14 Feb. 2018] BIB. (2014). High Level Conference on Transport Cooperation with China will be Held with the Support of Baltic International Bank, Baltic International Bank. 3 June. [online] Available at https

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EU Military Operation Sophia – Analysing the Shortfalls

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Termination of Collective Defense Treties – Procedures, Consequences and Modern State Practice

security and the League of Nations. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press. 1927, p. 346 [11] Aleksovski, St., O. Bakreski, B. Avramovska. Collective security - the Role of International Organizations - Implications in International Security Order. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 5 No. 27, 2007 [12] Claude Jr. Inis L, “Collective Security as an Approach to Peace”, in Classic Readings and Contemporary Debates in International Relations, ed. Donald M, Donald M. Goldstein, Phil Williams, & Jay M. Shafritz, (Belmont, 2006), pp. 289

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