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In their internship course, students will have a chance to use the knowledge that they have gained through CSCE to work on real-world projects for some of the tech companies involved in the program and will build on the project ideas that they worked on or developed in their entrepreneurship course.
157) Pressured into a more lenient attitude toward non-citizens by the fact that the issue complicated Latvia's accession to the Council of Europe, CSCE, and the EU, the Latvian government agreed to revise these laws.
Such comments caused Baker to advise Bush that the "real risk to nato is CSCE.
On 6 December 1994 the Budapest summit of CSCE turned it into an organization - the OSCE, which decided to establish a co-chairmanship for the Minsk group, consisting of the USA, France and Russia.
During the CSCE follow-up meeting in Belgrade, a Bulgarian proposal was submitted on Co-operation in Sports, Doc.
At the Budapest summit in 1994, the CSCE became "a primary instrument of early warning, conflict prevention and crisis management in the region".
Conference on the Human Dimension of the CSCE, Copenhagen Meeting, Copenhagen, Den.
In common with most mutation-scanning methods, including Sanger sequencing, CSCE typically will not detect large deletions or duplications.
Asphalt Pavements with Innovative Polymer Modifications for Long Life Time and Low Maintenance Costs, in Proc of the 33rd CSCE Annual Conference (6th Transportation Specialty Conference).
The Warfare System Interoperability and Integration Testing (WSIIT) customer reported that the CSCE rebooted at irregular intervals and interrupted certification test events.
28) The members of the Security Council supported the efforts undertaken within the framework of the CSCE, aimed at assisting the parties in arriving at a peaceful settlement of the dispute, and decided to "consider further the role of the United Nations in Nagorny Karabakh at an appropriate time in the light of the development of the situation in the area.
Originally envisaged in the late 1960s as a consultative mechanism for reducing specific military tensions between the East and West, the CSCE gradually broadened in the 1970s to include social, economic and human rights agreements--a sort of baseline for where East and West could, at the very least, agree to disagree on key issues.
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