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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.
11 July 2013
Good Cop, Bad Cop; Georgia’s One Hundred Days of a New Democratic Dream
Journal
The Problem of Selection Bias in OSCE Election Observation Methodology
Libya applies to become an OSCE Partner for Cooperation
Successful OSCE Security Days on the role of the OSCE in the 21st century
Rule of law and independent judiciary at risk in Georgia
Diplomatic row in the OSCE as Azerbaijan aims to downgrade the mandate of the OSCE Office in Baku
Parliamentary elections in Bulgaria a litmus test for reestablished cooperation between ODIHR and OSCE Parliamentary Assembly
Tymoshenko case casts a shadow over Ukraine’s OSCE Chairmanship
Serbia-Kosovo deal presents a historic opportunity
Russia’s crackdown on NGOs undermines civil rights and reinforces the East-West divide in the OSCE
Open source intelligence and privacy dilemmas: Is it time to reassess state accountability?
European ‘smart’ surveillance: What’s at stake for data protection, privacy and non-discrimination?
Transdniestrian Settlement Process: Is the window of opportunity beginning to close?

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