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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.
19 December 2012
OSCE Ministerial Council meeting in Dublin agrees on roadmap until 2015 but fails to overcome major differences
Analysis
Georgian ‘democracy’ in action
The Lithuanian OSCE chairmanship 2011: Ambitions and results
The 2012 Meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Dublin: All a Matter of Quid Pro Quos?
The OSCE’s efforts to counter violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism: A comprehensive approach addressing root causes?
USA denies OSCE access to voting stations
What’s the big IDEAS?
Pussy Riot gets prison sentence, a new low for OSCE values
Rumours of Canadas Departure: A Wake-up Call for the OSCE
People’s security – today’s challenges of a new approach to policing: Working experience of the Community Security Initiative (CSI) project in Kyrgyzstan 2011
The OSCE in perspective, six years of service, six questions and a few answers
Flawed elections in Russian Federation mobilize protesters
Mongolia and the OSCE: From Partner to Participating State?

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