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Security and Human Rights Monitor The Security and Human Rights Monitor (SHRM) is a multifaceted platform that provides analysis on the work of the OSCE, as well as on security and human rights challenges stemming from the OSCE region and beyond.
11 January 2018
The OSCE and Mediterranean Security
Policy
Historical Narratives and Lessons for the OSCE Today
OSCE Ministerial Council Meeting in Vienna Proves that the OSCE Remains a Vital Forum for Dialogue in Challenging Times
Austria’s OSCE Chairmanship: A Bridge-Builder During Challenging Times
OSCE Ministerial Council to Open in Vienna Tomorrow Amid Continuing Tensions Between East and West
Vienna International Talks on Transdniestria Achieve Significant Progress
Interpreting History: Interview with Pavel Palazhchenko
OSCE Structured Dialogue: Countering the Risk of Military Escalation in Europe
The Security and Human Rights special issue on OSCE’s Mediation and Conflict Management: the Introduction and Conclusion
Independent National Human Rights Institutions under Threat in the OSCE Region
Women for Stability and Security: Women’s Engagement in Military International Verification Activities
Reparations after Conflict Related Sexual Violence: the Long Road in the Western Balkans
Book review: Grand Bargain or Grand Illusion? A New Security Architecture for Eastern Europe

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