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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.
28 August 2020
Why the 1975 OSCE Helsinki Final Act Still Matters
Analysis
How to Communicate in Ways that Improve Respect and Enhance Cooperation?
How to Get Along With Neighbours That You Do Not Trust?
The OSCE: A Bulwark Against Authoritarianism
The OSCE is Dysfunctional — But Necessary
How Internal Squabbling Paralyzed Europe’s Most Vital Security Organization
Future of Europe’s largest human rights conference at stake
Book Review: European Judicial Responses to Security Council Resolutions – A Consequentialist Assessment written by Kushtrim Istrefi
Financial Times | OSCE faces crisis as infighting leaves it rudderless
“The U.S. withdrawal from international treaties is a myth”
Parliamentary leaders call on Foreign Ministers to rectify institutional crisis facing OSCE
Nathalie Tocci calls for cooperation in dealing with COVID19
Open Letter to the Foreign Ministers of the 57 participating States of the OSCE, by former Directors of its Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights

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