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List Of Political And Geographic Subdivisions By Total Area From 500,000 To 1,000,000 Km²
... Commonwealth 990,000 Cosmopolitan Central European country with a complex political system being a combination of noble's democracy, elective monarchy and federation, under Sigismund III in 1619 17th century ... Holy Roman Empire 814,415 Central European Confederacy from 962-1806 ... Pakistan (non-disputed areas) 796,095 Country in Central Asia ...
Soviet States - Other Regional Organizations - For Political Integration and Security Alliances - In Other Domains
... Southeast European Cooperation Process (SEECP) with Moldova (similar to SPforSEE, but focuses on political integration than cooperation for security, and to CEFTA but does not focus on trade) ... Southeast European Cooperative Initiative (SECI) with Moldova (closely related to SEECP) ... Central European Initiative (CEI) with Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus (and also Central and South-Western European countries in the European Union it aims at helping Central European countries ...
Prague Security Studies Institute - History
... The first conference, “NATO and Central European Security in the 21st Century” held in April 1999, was held on the fiftieth anniversary of NATO ... The second conference, “A Tenth Anniversary Assessment of Central European Freedoms” in April 2000, was held to commemorate this historical development.The third, “Trans-Atlantic Missile Defense and ... Speakers from roughly eight Western and Central European countries and the US attended each of these annual conferences ...
Central European Jamboree
... The Central European Jamboree, is a Scouting jamboree for Scouts of Central European nations ...
British Summer Time - Debates On Reform
... mean the UK adopting the same time zone as central European countries such as France, Germany, and Spain (Central European Time and Central European Summer Time) ...

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