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Defense: Research and Development

Memorandum of understanding signed at Brussels, The Hague, Lisbon, Koblenz, Madrid, Washington, Athens, Ankara, Canberra, Bergen, Copenhagen, and Ottawa October 28, and and December 5, 2013, January 9 and 15, April 1, 10, and 16, May 27, July 22 and 30, September 19, and November 12, 2014; entered into force November 12, 2014.  With annexes.

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The Lessons of 1989: Freedom and Our Future