Belarus have become the fifth state to ratify the Singapore Convention. They signed on 15 July.

Singapore Convention Enforced

Congratulations to Belarus!

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Laura Skillen

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Laura is part-time Executive Director at IMI. She is also a full-time PhD Researcher in International Relations, investigating political blame, emotions, and polarisation.

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