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Liu Ming, deputy head of the Institute of International Relations at the Shanghai institute, told the forum that a deployment of the advanced US missile-defense system in South Korea would "pose a threat" to China's security interests because its radar system can monitor military facilities in China.
The two-day training course was attended by members of the Mejlis (Parliament) officials from the Foreign Ministry and the Ministry of Adalat (Justice) as well as instructors from the Foreign Ministry's Institute of International Relations.
Also, the delegation was informed of the model of the building of the Institute of International Relations (IDRI), a project being implemented by a Chinese manufacturer.
Okano-Heijmans (Netherlands Institute of International Relations "Clingendael" Research Institute) describes "how Japan attempts to employ its economic strength for political purposes and its diplomatic influence for economistic objectives.
Singh, who arrived here yesterday in the first leg of his two-nation visit, will be also conferred with an honorary doctorate by the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO).
While in Russia, Singh will also be honored with an Honorary Doctorate from Moscow State Institute of International Relations.
Dominique Moisi, of the French Institute of International Relations, believes: "We can say that Western economic sanctions worked in Iran and Syrian President Bashar Assad and the Russians have taken seriously the threats of Western military strikes and changed their behavior.
The Omani Cultural Days included an expanded seminar held at Moscow State Institute of International Relations entitled "Omani-Russian Relations" which focused on reading the historical dimensions of the Omani -Russian relations, post-1970 political system in the Sultanate, elements of cultural tourism in Oman and Omani prose in the context of Arabic literature.