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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.
30 June 2014
The Ukraine crisis and the issue of national minorities
Analysis
A permanent Chairmanship for the OSCE?
Ukraine a game-changer for the future of European security? The OSCE’s role as a regional arrangement of the United Nations
Early presidential elections in Ukraine: A chance for unity?
The OSCE and the Moldova-Transdniestria Conflict: Lessons in Mediation and Conflict Management
Ukraine crisis: International law seriously undermined
Call for Articles, Volume 25
OSCE to send Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine
Guest Blog Entry: Kidnapping for Ransom and Foreign Fighters: Two New Topics for OSCE Counter-Terrorism Efforts
‘On hold’: The impact of the Ukraine crisis on the OSCE
The Geopolitics of European Security: The Consequences of U.S.-Russia Tension
Before the Rain: Advent of the Republic of Macedonia’s 2014 Presidential Elections
International Women’s Day 2014; The OSCE/ODIHR inspiring for Equal Gender Representation in the Security Sector

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