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Security and Human Rights Monitor The Security and Human Rights Monitor (SHR Monitor) 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.
02 December 2015
“Soldiering Through”: A Preliminary Assessment of Serbia’s OSCE Chairmanship
Analysis
The Upcoming OSCE Ministerial Council Meeting in Belgrade: No Reason to Celebrate
Preventing Terrorism in the Courtroom – The Criminalisation of Preparatory Acts of Terrorism in the Netherlands
Introduction to Preventism in Security
Looking North of Vienna: The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe as a Facilitator of Arctic Security
The Role of Human Rights in Long-Term Sentencing
Juggling the Balance between Preventive Security and Human Rights in Europe
Human Rights and National Security Post 9/11
Peace, Terrorism, Armed Conflict and War Crimes
Insecurity and Common Interests in Security in the OSCE Area
Institutional Resilience, Deterrence and the Transition to Zero Nuclear Weapons
From the Bataclan to Nice: A Critique of France’s State of Emergency Regime
Enhancing International Cyber Security: A Key Role for Diplomacy

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